We pay close attention to our agricultural process to ensure that you receive premium quality dates. In addition, we have a meticulous and thorough strategy for nurturing our palms to get the best quality dates in Riyadh.
Our farms recycle their waste and produce compost in compliance with international standards, and they also have a desalination plant to supply fresh water to the farm. In addition, our farms: Al Bustan and Al Rahmaniah produce a wide variety of premium dates in Riyadh that meet international standards and palm varieties that meet quality standards, with an accredited certificate from the Ministry of Agriculture.
At the beginning of each season, we provide nutrients, fertilizers, and water to every palm tree for better production. Our irrigation systems control water supply to avoid overwatering or dehydration, which might compromise the quality of the dates produced. Moreover, we cover our date bunches with protective mesh for a specific period to allow the dates to have the best color and grow to the maximum volume and size while retaining their taste and texture.
We conduct our palm tree irrigation following internationally accepted standards. There are, however, some palm tree varieties that necessitate unique irrigation methods.
Harvest And Post Harvest
Dates are processed at the farm's processing plant following international quality standards. They are manufactured to compete in global and domestic markets using various processing methods. Some dates are machine-packed, while others are manually packed without heat; fresh dates, processed dates, cooled dates, iced dates, and many more.
Composting is an aerobic decomposition of organic solid waste that is further used to recycle organic waste. In this process, organic materials are decomposed into a humus-like substance known as compost, which is a beneficial fertilizer for plants.
Ecological Pest Control
Pest control programs are implemented based on the time of year and the type of pest, using the most effective organic and biological control methods. The farms use the IPM (Integrated Pest Management) system. This system is based on sound agricultural practices, such as fertilization, irrigation, waste and debris removal, Palm Head Service, wound and site clearing with organic or biological disinfectants such as sulfur compounds, copper, and biocides such as fungus compounds (Trichoderma spp. or Bacillus spp.), and a biopharmaceutical and organic protection program applied to minimum infection standards.