Within the framework of the ongoing support provided by the Iraq Horticulture Development Project for the Mosul Community Project in Ninoy Governorate, farmers have been able to plant the first crop of the new season from different crops such as tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant and peppers using Dutch seeds. The horticultural development project in Iraq was funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, supporting 18 plastic houses in Ninoy by providing high-quality seeds, fertilizers and pollen to be model sites to promote modern farming methods and irrigation practices.

As part of IHD’s ongoing support to the Mosul Community Project in Ninewa, farmers were able to transplant the new season’s first seedlings of various crops like tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, and bell peppers from Dutch seeds. Funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, IHD supports 18 greenhouses in Ninewa through providing high quality seeds, fertilizers, and pesticides to serve as model demonstration sites for promoting advanced agriculture and irrigation practices.