Orson Group has signed with the Government of Uzbekistan 30,000 Mu black currant raisin plantation base construction project and grape deep processing project in Fergana.The project is located in the fertile state of Ferghana.
Fergana is located in the eastern part of the Republic of Uzbekistan and in the southern part of the Fergana Basin.The South borders Kyrgyzstan and the west is adjacent to Tajikistan. It covers an area of 6759 square kilometers and has a population of 3.7112 million. It has 4 administrative cities and 15 districts.
The northern part of the state is Kushjebinsk Heights and Yazyavask Grasslands. The topography of the state gradually increased from north to south. The plain area is 320 meters above sea level and the piedmont area is 500-1000 meters.
The climate is continental. It's warm in winter and hot in summer. The highest temperature in July was 46 degrees Celsius. Annual rainfall varies greatly in different regions of the state, with 100 mm in the west, 170 mm in the East and 270 mm in the piedmont. Rainfall is concentrated in spring and frost-free period is 204 days.
As of July 2019, the total export value of the state was 288.8 million US dollars and the total import value was 383.7 million US dollars. It has a vegetable base of 22576 hectares and an annual output of 3.81 million tons. The fruit base is 45,486 hectares, with an annual output of 153,000 tons. The existing grape planting base is 6 044 hectares, with an annual output of 1.89 million tons. There were 997 440 cows, 360 741 dairy cows, 85 7519 sheep and goats and 81.13 million horses.
Fergana is one of the grape producing areas in Uzbekistan. It has a good development foundation and prospects. With 5,000 hectares of free trade area approved by the President, 2,000 hectares of grapes have been planted and 3,000 hectares remain to be implemented. The investment and construction in this area totals US$3 million and is tax-free for five years. Ten million dollars, tax-free for seven years.
Orson Group's grape plantations are rich in land and convenient in water resources. The group will use domestic experts to cooperate with local workers to use Uzbekistan's high-quality grape seedlings to graft and other scientific methods to produce green, organic and pollution-free black grapes, which meet the European Union certification standards. After harvesting, black grapes are dried and transported to the world by rail and road for sale.