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Feature: medicinal herb farming flourishes amid Egypt's ailing economy
by Ahmed Shafiq

Xinhua    Translate This Article
29 July 2017

On 29 July 2017 Xinhua reported: Like most of his peers and neighbors in Agamyeen village in Fayoum Valley, 42-year-old Abdul Nabi inherited farming from his ancestors. For decades, Abdul Nabi grew wheat, rice, cotton, and corn in his 50-acre farm. But 13 years ago, the man decided to shift to the cultivation of organic medicinal herbs to earn more money. The middle-aged man started a company to grow, process, and export herbs and is now sending his produce of some 20 species of medicinal herbs and spices to Europe, the Americas, and China. 'They told me that European companies have tested the soil and the weather here and said they are unique for growing medicinal herbs.' Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of environment and business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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