Many farms damaged by latest two days of frost

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AMMAN — Head of the Jordan Farmers Union Ibrahim Al-Sharif said that many farms were damaged as a result of the frost that hit the Kingdom for two days in a row, noting that the damage is serious and will negatively affect the production, according to Jo24.اضافة اعلان

Sharif added that the farms of southern Amman and Ramtha were greatly affected, especially the squash, cucumber, and tomato crops, adding that even protected crops were affected, which will lead to a delay in production.

Sharif said that it is rare for frost to occur at this time of the year; he called on the Ministry of Agriculture to help limit the damage and compensate farmers as soon as possible so that they can plant new crops.

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