Zamin means Earth, Ground.
Pushali saffron is as a string with yellow or white end.
The Sargol is completely red and has small parts and because it’s sorted from Pushali saffron its strands are broken.
The Negin saffron is all red and has large parts, and most of its strands are intact and have a minimum fracture.
Both Negin and Sargol saffron are all red and pure, and the difference between them is that most Sargol saffron strands are broken, but most Negin saffron filaments are intact.
Because the Poushali saffron bottom of strands are slightly yellowish or white and Negin saffron due to its high price and low market share, has fewer customers. Meanwhile, among the three types, Sargol saffron is allocated the largest amount of exports because of whole red, appropriate price, and plentitude of all year round.
The export rate of saffron varieties are approximately 60% for Sargol, 30% for Negin and 10% for Pushali saffron, respectively.
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