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YASİN OTUZOĞLU: EXPORT OF TURKISH ORNAMENTAL PLANTS WILL BOOST AT LEAST 3 TIMES IN 5 YEARS

Turkey, which has become a more exporting country by decreasing its imports with the increasing quality production in the field of outdoor ornamental plants in recent years, aims to boost its foreign sales at least 2-3 times in 5 years with new markets. Yasin Otuzoğlu Yasin Otuzoğlu, Chairperson of the …

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DR. MURAT ÇAKMAKLI: KARAGÜL UNIQUE TO HALFETİ BEGINS TO BLOOM

Karagül (Black rose) started to be grown in greenhouses established in Halfeti in 2018 by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Dr. Murat Çakmaklı The unique “Karagül” of Halfeti district of Şanlıurfa province which is grown only in this region, gave its first fruits. Cologne was started to be manufactured …

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ORNAMENTAL PLANTS SECTOR TO OPEN TO THE WORLD FROM ISTANBUL…

PRESS RELEASE                   29.06.2021 “Turkey has a 0.7% share in the export of global ornamental plants, an industry with worldwide exports of approximately $ 22 billion.” In November, Tarsus Turkey will again present the Turkish Ornamental Plants Industry to new alternative markets abroad with The Flower and Plant Show.  Tarsus Turkey …

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CUT FLOWER SECTOR AIMS TO REACH 500 MILLION DOLLARS IN EXPORTS…

İsmail Yılmaz, Chairperson of the Ornamental Plants and Products Exporters’ Association, said, “We will achieve 130 million dollars worth of exports at the end of the year. If we have a 3 percent share in the European market, our flower exports might reach 500 million dollars.” İsmail Yılmaz Carnation was …

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GERMANY AND IRAQ TAKE THE LEAD IN TURKEY’S AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS…

Last month, Germany and Iraq took the lead in Turkey’s agricultural exports. According to the information compiled from the data of the Turkish Exporters’ Assembly (TIM), Turkey’s exports increased by 109 percent last month compared to the same period of 2020 and reached 18 billion 766 million dollars. Agricultural exports …

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“WE EXPORT FLOWERS WORTH 8 MILLION DOLLARS FOR WOMEN’S DAY”

Turkish producers export flowers worth around $8M, say head of business association… Antalya, Turkey Turkish producers have exported 60 million flowers worth approximately $8 million ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8. Ismail Yılmaz, the head of the Ornamental Plants and Products Exporters’ Association, told Anadolu Agency that deliveries …

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İSMAİL YILMAZ: TURKISH PRODUCERS EXPORT FLOWERS TO 22 COUNTRIES

Turkish producers export flowers worth around $7M to 22 countries… Turkish producers have exported 70 million flowers to 22 countries — including the Netherlands, the UK, Germany, and Romania — ahead of Valentine’s Day on Feb. 14. Ismail Yılmaz, the head of the Ornamental Plants and Products Exporters’ Association, told …

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TURKEY EXPORTS 107 MILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF FLOWERS TO 83 COUNTRIES…

Flower producers in Turkey eye $125 million worth of exports this year, says florist association head… ANTALYA, Turkey Turkey exported $107 million worth of flowers to 83 countries in 2020 despite the coronavirus pandemic. According to the Ornamental Plants and Products Exporters Union, which embodies the export of cut flowers, …

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EXPORT TARGET OF 2020 FOR ORNAMENTAL PLANTS IS 100 MILLION DOLLARS…

Ahmet Dündar, Chairman of Turkish Ornamental Plant Growers Union, said that the sector exported 64 million 682 thousand dollars in 2017, this figure was 71 million 239 thousand dollars in 2018 and 80 million 406 thousand dollars in 2019. Noting that imports declined to 84 million 282 thousand dollars in …

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AHMET DÜNDAR: DEMAND FOR ORNAMENTAL PLANTS INCREASES IN THE PANDEMIC

During the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic, the ornamental plants sector aims to export 100 million dollars by the end of the year, thanks to the increasing demand. Ahmet Dündar, the Chairman of the Board of Turkish Ornamental Plant Growers Union (SÜSBİR), drew attention to the increasing demand for …

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