Oman’s agriculture schedule

The summer season has several crops:

  • Wheat grown between January and February.
  • Melons grown in February and March.
  • Pumpkins grown in September and November.
  • Watermelons grown in January and March.
  • Bamiya grown in February and March.
  • Mallow, which is grown in February and April.

The winter season is reflected in a variety of crops, which are more than those of the summer season and are reflected in:

  • Tomatoes grown between September and November.
  • Peppers grown between August and November.
  • Eggplant grown in August and November.
  • Potatoes grown in November.
  • Zucchini grown in August and November.
  • The cucumber grown in September and November.
  • Cabbage grown in August and November.
  • Flowers grown in August and October.
  • Radishes grown in August and November.
  • Turnips grown in October and November.
  • Garlic grown in October
  • Onions are grown in November and December.
  • The fandal grown in February.
  • Carrots, which are grown from August to November.
  • Parsley grown in October.
  • Beans grown in October and November.
  • Lettuce grown in September until November.
  • Spinach grown in September to December.
  • Beetroot grown in December.

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