Royal Syrian Fig

55 د.إ

Description

  • A perennial plant does not need to be renewed
  • Source of the plant: Damascus

Fig fruit famous and favorite throughout history . It is a fruit that has been appreciated since ancient times in its dry and greasy form. It is cultivated in several regions, such as the UAE, Palestine, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Saudi Arabia and Oman. Phoenicians used it for maritime and land voyages. Currently, it is cultivated in the entire Mediterranean basin and in most warm and temperate regions. Figs appeared in drawings, inscriptions and carvings discovered in Syria. It is said that he arrived in the Greeks through a country called Karika in Asia. From here we know that the name is the name of the country where the fig came to the west, which is called English in Vic Karika. Figs were a staple food for the Greeks and was used by plenty of Spartans in their daily food tables. Athletes in particular have relied mainly on figs for their belief that they are increasing their strength. At the time, the Greek state enacted a law banning the export of figs and fruits of excellent quality from their country to other countries. Figs entered Europe through Italy.

Fig tree grows in the winter-hot environment, which does not require a cold winter like the rest of the fruit falling leaves and in the summer requires figs to a climate of moderate humidity and rainfall in winter.

It is believed that the land rich in lime is essential for the production of the best varieties, especially those that are dry and may bear relatively drought, salinity and some alkalinity, but growth will be weak.