|دغه ليکنه د تصديق لپاره نورو سرچينو ته اړتيا لري . (May 2008)|
The Shrine of Baba Wali in the Arghandab district.
|Center||Town of Arghandab|
|Elevation||1,112 ميټره (3,648 فوټ)|
|Time zone||+ 4.30|
Arghandab (Pashto/پاړسي: ارغنداب) is a district in the central part of Kandahar Province, Afghanistan. It borders Panjwai and Khakrez districts to the west, Shah Wali Kot District to the north and east and Kandahar District to the east and south.
The population, as of 2006, was 54,900. The district centre is Arghandab, located northwest of Kandahar. The Arghandab River flows through the district in its eastern part West from the district center, and the area is irrigated by the Helmand and Arghandab Valley Authority. The climate, river and irrigation allow the inhabitants to aggregate several different forms of produce. The predominate agricultural crops in this region are pomegranates, grapes, plums, and marijuana.
- (pdf) The Helmand Valley Project in Afghanistan: A.I.D. Evaluation Special Study No. 18 C Clapp-Wicek & E Baldwin, U.S. Agency for International Development, published December 1983