Major General Mohammed Al-Zamlout, governor of the New Valley, made a surprise visit to follow up on the project of the "Mk Jojoba" group, and to check on the progress of work according to the time plan set for the agriculture, the quality of agriculture and its conformity with international specifications.
Engineer Walid El Sebaei, site manager of the jojoba project in the New Valley, explained the agricultural supervision programs including irrigation, fertilization, technical and scientific follow-up, solar energy projects and the excellent vegetative growth of jojoba trees compared to their age stages and the beginning of the flowering stage as a result of the continuous and regular service around the clock and the application of care, irrigation and fertilization programs established by The company's scientific team.
New Valley Governor praises the exerted effort
The Governor of the New Valley praised the company's commitment to planting the planned areas in accordance with its contract with the governorate and its schedule, with a percentage exceeding 70% of the contracted area, especially in light of the procedures of withdrawing thousands of acres during the past days from non-serious investors. He also praised the clean solar energy projects and the giant infrastructure of the project of Jojoba in the Paris Valley and the big expansion of its uses in a way that helps improve the climate and achieve the sustainable development in the New Valley Governorate as a pollution-free environment according to European Union reports.
Governor: Tree growth indicates the commitment to irrigation and fertilization programs
During his visit, the governor said: "Every time I visit the jojoba project, I see a continuous and rapid development which points out the effort made by those in charge of it". He indicated that the large vegetative growth of trees stresses upon the clear commitment to irrigation, fertilization and tree service programs.
Engineer Ismail Mohamed, the global expert specializing in cultivating the jojoba plant in the Middle East, and chairman of the Board of Directors of the Mk Jojoba Group of desert Soil Reclamation, expressed his thanks and appreciation to the Governor of the New Valley for his confidence in the company’s projects and his great keenness to follow up on agricultural projects in the governorate.
Mk Jojoba Group for the Reclamation of Desert Soil is one of the largest agricultural reclamation companies that own hundreds of projects in Egypt and the Middle East. It also owns the largest farms for the production of highly-productive, elected jojoba mothers and their development of the most important breeds of the “jojoba plant” in the Arab world in addition to the largest nursery sector in the Arab world with a production capacity of 5 million seedlings annually.