Pomegranate as a subtropical plant is of great importance in the process of preparation of various products. Pomegranate is cultivated in Azerbaijan since ancient times. According to N.I. Vavilov the homeland of pomegranate is Azerbaijan, Turkey, Iran and other countries. At the present time, the area of pomegranate plantations in the Republic of Azerbaijan is more than 21 thousand hectares. Pomegranate is great because all its parts are useful. Its fruit has a lot of vitamins and microelements, such as magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium and others. Pomegranate juice contains about 15% of sugar and 10% of various acids, among which are citric, oxalic, malic, and also chloride, sulfate and other salts. The high content of ascorbic acid and B vitamins keep the immune system at a high level


Quince in Azerbaijan has been known since ancient times. Quince is cultivated in almost all regions of Azerbaijan.
At the present time the size of the quince in the Republic is more than 3700 hectares; fruit-bearing is 3280 hectares. 83.4 dt/ha is got from each hectare.
27.838 tons of quince gather was produced in 2013. Quince is one of the leaders in nutrient content. Needless to say, that the use of quince to human health is simply unprecedented. Quince contains glucose, fructose, pectin, malic acid and citric acid, and salts of potassium, iron, phosphorus, calcium. The quince has a great variety of vitamins - A, B, C, E, PP.
The benefit of quince has been proven at the treatment of anemia.
This fruit is known as a great febrifuge, so it is often recommended for temperature reduction at various diseases and inflammatory processes. As already mentioned, jam and marmalade of quince has a beneficial effect on the digestive process, in addition, quince is useful for stomach and liver. The surprising thing is that quince can stop the bleeding. For this it is recommended to drink a decoction of quince seeds or tea with sliced fruit.
Not only the fruit, but leaves of quince are used in folk medicine. In particular, the extract of the twigs and leaves of the plant is very useful and effective to reduce blood sugar levels and is useful for people suffering from diabetes. Quince juice is an effective antiseptic. It will be extremely useful for people suffering from asthma and respiratory diseases. In addition to antiseptic, quince has excellent astringent and diuretic effect. Therefore, the fruit of the quince will be indispensable at cystitis.
In general we can say that the use of quince relieves mental stress, helps to fight overexertion and stress, raises mood and returns buoyancy.


Viticulture has been known since ancient times in the tertiary period BC.
Each region has its own local grape varieties (more than 200), which are descended from the wild grapes, growing here in abundance.
The most rapid development of grapes in Azerbaijan was after 1969 after the election of the first Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist party in Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev. Several times the government of the Soviet Union adopted a special resolution on the development of viticulture in the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Thanks to the measures taken by the national Leader of Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev in 1982, the area of vineyards was increased to 280 thousand ha and production of 2 million and 100 thousand tons.
Grapes are one of the oldest cultivated plants. The grapes are very useful to humans.
The grape contains 65-85% of water, 10-30% of sugars (glucose, fructose and sometimes in large quantities sucrose), from 0.5 to 1.4% organic acids (tartaric, malic and other), from 0.15 to 0.9% of protein substances, 0.3-0.5% mineral substances; there are also vitamins (per lOOg of fresh weight): A-0,02 - 0,12 mg, Bl-0.25 to 1.25 mg, C from 0.43 to 12.3 mg.
Fresh grape is a nutritious product with dietary and medicinal value.