It is the responsibility of the farmers of Daraa to secure the needs of the console factories of tomatoes, for the abundant production that reaches more than 400 thousand tons per season, according to the cultivated area.
Daraa Governorate, according to the Director of Industry, Engineer Imad Al-Rifai, has 33 concert laboratories that start operating in the seventh month of each year and end in mid-November. Their production capacity ranges between 70 and 200 tons per day.
Al-Rifai added that the directorate is working with the concerned authorities to provide the consortium facilities with production requirements, especially diesel and fuel, pointing to the advantages of taking off the concert plants, which are facilitating the receipt of farmers' production of tomato and reducing transportation costs.
Despite the difficulties faced by production as a result of the terrorist war on Syria, the consortium laboratories continued to work and presented their products to the local markets.
Engineer Abdul Rahman Al-Hariri, owner of one of the concert factories, said in a statement to SANA reporter that the factory continued to operate during the years of the crisis and was able to attract a number of workers, numbering about 40 workers, indicating that despite the terrorist war, the factory continued to produce and secure part of the local market needs in the governorate. In addition to planting the tomato crop in the vicinity of the facility, with an area of up to 300 acres.
He added that restoring security and stability to the governorate prompted him to modernize his laboratory and add new technologies, which gave the product export specifications in addition to the distinctive taste.