[vc_row full_width=»container-null»][vc_column agro_disable_column=»yes»][agro_page_bread titletype=»custom» text=»custom» subtitle=»PRODUCT» ctext=»About» subtitle_spacer=»» title_spacer=»» desc_spacer=»» css=».vc_custom_1590411387070{background-image: url(http://brandgroup.uz/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/ауы-min.jpg?id=1474) !important;}» title=»Melons»][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row full_width=»container-null»][vc_column agro_disable_column=»yes»][agro_product_details stitle=»ABOUT» sthintitle=»melons» loop=»%5B%7B%22num%22%3A%223500%22%2C%22dtitle%22%3A%22THE%20NUMBER%20OF%20HECTARES%22%7D%2C%7B%22num%22%3A%22236%22%2C%22dtitle%22%3A%22AMOUNT%20OF%20WORKERS%22%7D%2C%7B%22num%22%3A%2233%20800%22%2C%22dtitle%22%3A%22COLLECTED%20TONS%22%7D%5D» img=»1293″]Melons originated in Africa or in the hot valleys of Southwest Asia, especially Iran and India, from where they gradually began to appear in Europe toward the end of the Western Roman Empire. Melons are known to have been grown by the ancient Egyptians. However recent discoveries of melon seeds dated between 1350 and 1120 BC in Nuragic sacred wells have shown that melons were first brought to Europe by the Nuragic civilization of Sardinia during the Bronze Age. Melons were among the earliest plants to be domesticated in both the Old and among the first crop species brought by westerners to the New Worlds. Early European settlers in the New World are recorded as growing honeydew and casaba melons as early as the 1600s. A number of Native American tribes in New Mexico, including Acoma, Cochiti, Isleta, Navajo, Santo Domingo and San Felipe, maintain a tradition of growing their own characteristic melon cultivars, derived from melons originally introduced by the Spanish. Organizations like Native Seeds/SEARCH have made an effort to collect and preserve these and other heritage seeds.[/agro_product_details][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row full_width=»container-null»][vc_column agro_disable_column=»yes»][agro_product_features_container][agro_product_features_item img=»1281″ subtitle=»BETTER» title=»Watermelon»]Watermelon is a scrambling and trailing vine in the flowering plant family Cucurbitaceae. There is evidence from seeds in Pharaoh tombs of watermelon cultivation in Ancient Egypt. Watermelon is grown in favorable climates from tropical to temperate regions worldwide for its large edible fruit, which is a berry with a hard rind and no internal divisions, and is botanically called a pepo. The sweet, juicy flesh is usually deep red to pink, with many black seeds, although seedless varieties exist. The fruit can be eaten raw or pickled, and the rind is edible after cooking. It is commonly consumed as a juice or as an ingredient in mixed beverages.

Seasonlity: jun-oct
[/agro_product_features_item][agro_product_features_item img=»1427″ subtitle=»NO» title=»Melon»]Melons originated in Africa or in the hot valleys of Southwest Asia, especially Iran and India, from where they gradually began to appear in Europe toward the end of the Western Roman Empire. Melons are known to have been grown by the ancient Egyptians. However recent discoveries of melon seeds dated between 1350 and 1120 BC in Nuragic sacred wells have shown that melons were first brought to Europe by the Nuragic civilization of Sardinia during the Bronze Age.

Seasonlity: jun-nov
[/agro_product_features_item][agro_product_features_item img=»1292″ subtitle=»FEEL GOOD» title=»Pumpkin»]Native to North America (northeastern Mexico and the southern United States), pumpkins are one of the oldest domesticated plants, having been used as early as 7,500 to 5,000 BC. Pumpkins are widely grown for commercial use and as food, aesthetics, and recreational purposes. Pumpkin pie, for instance, is a traditional part of Thanksgiving meals in Canada and the United States, and pumpkins are frequently carved as jack-o’-lanterns for decoration around Halloween, although commercially canned pumpkin purée and pumpkin pie fillings are usually made from different kinds of winter squash than the ones used for jack-o’-lanterns.

Seasonlity: jul-nov
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