Jebel Akhdar Blossoms with Over 20 Tons of Sustainable Rose Production in Oman

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Jebel Akhdar Blossoms with Over 20 Tons of Sustainable Rose Production in Oman

Jebel Akhdar Blossoms with Over 20 Tons of Sustainable Rose Production in Oman

A Flourishing Rose Industry

In the picturesque region of Jebel Akhdar in Oman, a sustainable rose industry is blooming. With more than 20 tons of rose production during the current season, this region has become a hub for rose cultivation and processing, showcasing the beauty and economic potential of this fragrant flower. The thriving rose industry is significantly contributing to the local economy and agricultural sector.

Support from the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority

The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority, through the Business and Incubators Center in Jebel Akhdar, plays a crucial role in supporting artisans and entrepreneurs in the region. By organizing training workshops in various fields such as the production of rose water and essential oils, the center empowers individuals to explore the diverse applications of roses beyond their aesthetic appeal.

A Symbol of Commitment: The Rose Farm

The Business and Incubators Center boasts a rose farm with over 2,700 trees of different varieties, symbolizing the region’s commitment to nurturing this flourishing industry. Collaborating with relevant stakeholders, the center has facilitated business opportunities that align with current economic trends, both locally and internationally.

Sustainability and Circular Economy

The sustainability of the rose industry in Jebel Akhdar extends beyond the beauty of the flower itself. After the extraction of rose essence, the raw material is repurposed in the production of soap and fertilizers, enriching the fertility of agricultural lands and promoting a circular economy model.

Preserving Tradition and Embracing Innovation

As Jebel Akhdar continues to embrace its identity as a hub for rose cultivation, the region is not only preserving a centuries-old tradition but also paving the way for innovative business ventures and economic growth. Through the harmonious blend of tradition and modernity, Jebel Akhdar’s rose industry stands as a testament to the enduring allure of this fragrant bloom and its potential to blossom sustainably in the heart of Oman.

Source: ONA

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