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EUROPEAN MAIZE MARKET IN 2022: QUALITY SEED TRENDS AND SUPPLY

Autumn plantings are drawing to a close, in Europe. Rapeseed areas (for the 2022 harvest) have gone up again in most European production countries, as oilseeds benefit from the attractive prices and planting conditions, which have been satisfactory worldwide. On the other hand, soft winter wheat plantings will remain unchanged …

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DR. BİLGEHAN NAS: WE HAVE SUCCEEDED IN USING FILTERED WASTEWATER FOR CULTIVATING MAIZE

The ongoing climate crisis necessitates innovative solutions, especially in agriculture. In the central Turkish province of Konya, the country’s breadbasket, scientists seek to help farmers boost their crop yields amid a drought. Professor Bilgehan Nas and his team from Konya Technical University have succeeded in using filtered wastewater for cultivating maize. …

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WHEAT PRODUCTION BY COUNTRIES…

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“SNOWFALL MEANS ABUNDANCE IN AGRICULTURE”

Sivas Chamber of Agriculture Chairperson Hacı Çetindağ stated that the falling snow made the producers smile and also contributed to the country’s economy. Hacı Çetindağ The snowfall, which has been effective for a while in Sivas, made the producer happy. The falling snow will not only protect the wheat seeds …

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“WHEAT PRICES WILL EXCEED 5 LIRAS NEXT YEAR!”

“It is inevitable that the base purchase price of wheat, which was announced as 2.25 liras this year, will exceed 5 liras next year” While seeking a remedy for the hike pressure on bread prices, the news has come that the new period wheat production costs had increased tremendously. Hacı …

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TURKEY: COTTON AND PRODUCTS UPDATE

The Turkish cotton crop for Marketing Year (MY) 2021/22 is forecast at 450,000 hectares and 825,000metric tons (MT; 3.79 million bales). Cotton consumption is expected to be 1,850,000 MT (8.50 millionbales) for the same MY. Better than expected yields in the GAP region, and a smaller area affected bydrought in …

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“WHEAT PRICES SURGE GLOBALLY AS GRAIN STOCKS EXPAND WORLDWIDE!”

ANTALYA, Turkey Wheat prices across the globe surged this year as grain stocks expanded worldwide, especially in China, even as supply was thin due to drought and inflation surged amid monetary expansion moves due to the pandemic’s impact on the economy, according to an international sectoral group. Citing countries’ export …

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FIRST HARVEST OF SWEET POTATOES BEGINS IN TORBALI DISTRICT OF İZMİR…

A local farmer named Şerafettin Baba is harvesting his first crop of colorful sweet potatoes in the Torbalı district of western Izmir province as a local venture he hopes will turn into a lucrative business. A pricey imported treat, Turkish farmers like Baba across the country are now growing their …

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BENEFITS OF CLIMATE STATION AND EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS ESTABLISHED ON ‘BETTER COTTON’ LANDS DISPLAYED…

Press release… Continuing to add value to cotton farmers with the strong collaborations it has established, the Better Cotton Practices Association (IPUD) explained the climate stations and early warning systems it established in the Better Cotton trial fields in cooperation with the European Investment and Development Bank (EBRD) on the …

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İSMAİL ÖZER: COTTON PRICES SEEM HIGHLY SATISFACTORY

İsmail Özer, Chaiperson of Söke (a district of Aydın province) TARİŞ Cotton Cooperative, the largest agricultural sales cooperative in Turkey and the Aegean Region, stated that the cotton producer is experiencing its golden years with the announced prices. Indicated that cotton, which is a strategic crop due to its high …

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