A- Agronomy and gardening Total cultivable lands in famine status are about 400000 Hectares equals 2% of province area. Due to famine, this amount reduces to 65% (which was 94% reduction in zabol) and totally includes 190000 Hectares.
General agricultured products are: barely, rice, corn, onion, potato, dates, cumin, seasame, graines, industrial seeds (chloza).
Most important gardening products, which are unique, include: dates, grapes, pistachio, tropical products (Mango, banana, papaya), citrus (lemon, tangerine, orange)
The area under cultivation for garden products in 2003 was estimated 57000 Hectares and garden products were 220000 tons.
Producing province dates was more than 140000 tons with Mazafati quality, Raby, Halile generally located in Saravan, Transhahr, and Nikshahr.
In 2003, about 2500 Hectares of agricultural lands went under pressure watering, and about 83000 greenhouse were built.
There are more than 8540 agricultural wells, 2050 of which have been electricized until 2003.
Lands under cultivation
B- Animal husbandry and fishery
Best race of Sistani cows, Dashtyari caws, Balooch sheep, camel and birds represent Sistan and Baloochestan as the center of animal husbandry in Iran.
According to statistics of 2003, about 300000 caws and calves, 2800000 sheep and goats, 77000 camels, 3000000 birds exist in this province. About 19,300 tons red meat, 10000 tons white meat, 6000 tons eggs and 106000 tons milk are produced here.
This province is a qualified area for sea industries specially shrimps in view of geography and 300 km coastal lands. 4 fishing ports (Baris, Ramin, Pazm, and Kenarak) with more than 1900 fishing ships and 12000 fishermen has caused fishery development in this province. More than 119000 tons of sea products are fished yearly and about 2100 tons of shrimps are extracted from farms. Nowadays more than 42000 Hectares of qualified lands for shrimp culture within 20 sites in western part of Bahookalat (Govater) are being prepared. Some fish culturing pools with warm and cold water have also been established in the province.
Existence of ton fish industries in Chabahar and Kenarak with capacity of 48.5 million cans per year have caused fishing industry to be brisked up here.
Water cut platform