Skip to content
See all results
Welcome to Khadem Date
Kinds of Date Fruit
All You Need to Know
All About Khadem Date
This date cultivar is mostly cultivated in Jam, Bushehr Province, in Haji Abad, Hormozgan Province, in Behbahan, Khuzestan Province, and in Fasa, Fars Province. This type is of high quality and is very sweet. In regard to the size, it is one the smallest varieties of date in the country. It is called “Khasi” (also spelled “Khase”) in Fasa and Behbahan, and has a high capacity to be preserved i.e., a long shelf life.
This date cultivar is also known as “Qantar” or “Ghandi” in different region. It has a small seed and is considered as a wet date. This type is one of the high-quality export cultivars in Khuzestan Province. This cultivar has a high capacity to be kept and preserved; that is to say, a long shelf life. It is harvested in several stages from the trees. In addition to Khuzestan Province (cities of Shadegan, Khorramshahr, Abadan, Ahvaz, and Behbahan), the areas in which it is cultivated are the cities of Borazjan, Ahram, Kazerun, and Darab. It is deemed to be a semi-dry date in Haji Abad. It is mostly consumed as Rutab and date.
The origin of this soft date is Iraq from where it has been taken to other regions in which dates are cultivated. This date cultivar is late-ripening and is not resistant to humidity. This cultivar date is one of the most important cultivar varieties in Khuzestan Province and in addition to this province, it is also cultivated in the cities of Qasr-e Shirin, Sumar, Dehloran, Bandar Lengeh and Borazjan. Its Kharak/Khark
Rabbi is one of the most important date cultivars of Sistan and Baluchestan Province and is one of the earliest ripening types of date in Iran. With regard to economic value, it comes after Stamaran, Shahani, Mazafati and Kabkab dates. It is cultivated in the cities of Iranshahr, Zabul, Chabahar, and Saravan. The size of this date is relatively large and its color is dark red. The time for this type to get fully ripe is almost the same as Mazafati date. Concerning the quality, Iranshahr and Zabol have the best quality Rabbi date, and in Chahbahar and Saravan its quality is good.
It is one of the most important and popular date cultivars in northern area of Hormozgan Province called “Haji Abad”. It is also cultivated in Hasan Abad area of Kazerun, nearby Darab, in Kerman, and in Bandar Abbas. It has a low moisture content and is deemed to be a dry variety. This type is relatively of the late-ripening varieties; it has an ideal quality and with respect to exportation is marketable and in demand. Piarom Date is replete with sugar, protein, and other minerals and have high nutritional value.
Zahedi date cultivar like Diri date cultivar is deemed to be a dry date cultivar. In some regions it is considered as a semi-dry date. In some areas of the country, it is called as “Ghasab”. It is more or less cultivated in almost all the provinces in which dates are produced especially in the provinces of Fars, Bushehr, Khuzestan, and Kermanshah. It is straw-colored at the Kharak/Khark stage, light brown at the Rutab stage, and at the date stage it is reddish brown to light yellowish. Zahedi or Zohdi in Arabic means
Kabkab cultivar is one of the most important and the most abundant date cultivars in Khesht and Kamaraj areas of Kazerun and Dashtestan area of Borazjan. It is also cultivated in other regions such as Khormoj, Behbahan, Jahrom, and Tabas. Kabkab of Behbahan is very sweet and contains more molasses than Kabkab of Dashtestan. its grain is larger in size, the fruit is yellow at the stage of Kharak/Khark and Rutab, and it turns to dark brown when it is fully ripened. It is mostly consumed in Rutab and date form. Given the economic value, in Iran it is placed after Astamaran, Shahani, and Mazafati. It is considered as a wet (non-dry) date cultivar.
After Astamaran and Shahani in Iran, this is the most important and economical date cultivar of the country. it is cultivated in different parts of the country and its origin in Iran is Bam City in Kerman Province. Bam Mazafati Rutab (Bam Mazafati Date) is one of the best varieties of date in the country in terms of the domestic market. In addition to its dispersity in Kerman Province (cities of Bam, Jiroft, Kahnouj, Shahdad, Narmashir), it is also dispersed in Saravan, Iranshahr, Nik Shahr, Haji Abad, Tabas, Khur, and Biyabanak which is located in Isfahan Province.
This date cultivar is known by other names in different regions. In Minab it is called “Shawani”, in Firozabad it is known as “Shoni”, and in Haji Abad area of Bandar Abbas as “Shani”. It is one of the most important and the most abundant date cultivars in Fars Province and encompasses around 90% of palm trees in Jahrom (one of the main cities in which palms are grown and cultivated). It is a very ideal due to being a late- and middle-ripening date cultivar. It is the second date cultivar under cultivation in Iran; dispersed in different parts of the country, and cultivated in different cities in Fars Province and also in the cities of Jiroft, Kahnouj, Saravan, Haji Abad, and Tabas. Owing to its high amount of sweetness and its vividness, this date cultivar has high demand for domestic consumption.
This date cultivar, which is also called as “Sayer” (also spelled “Sair”), “Samberun” (also spelled “Samberoon”), “Samaran” (also spelled “Saamaran”), and “Samrun” in different regions, includes 75% of palm trees in Khuzestan Province, and is considered as one of the most important export cultivars in this province. “Sayer” Is the trademark of Stamaran date and has a great deal of commercial value. The most important characteristic of this date is being semi-dry which increases its durability property that causes it to be one of the most appropriate commercial and export date cultivars in Iran. Sayer dates are separated in different sizes depending on the order of the target market, including:
Address: Bushehr province - Barazjan - km 7 of Shiraz road - in front of Dashtestan cement factory bridge
Korosheh Advertising Agency