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DENİZ ATAÇ: DESERTIFICATION AFFECTS THE LIVES OF 2 BILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE

Desertification affects the lives of approximately 2 billion people worldwide, turning them into “ecological migrants,” according to the head of a nonprofit environmental group. Deniz Ataç – CEO of the Turkish Foundation for Combating Soil Erosion for the Reforestation and the Protection of Natural Habitats (TEMA) – said that land …

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ŞEMSİ BAYRAKTAR: SOIL MEANS ‘HOMELAND’ FOR ALL OF US

Şemsi Bayraktar, Chairman of the Union of Turkish Agricultural Chambers, (TZOB), released a written statement and said, “Land (Soil) means ‘homeland’ for all of us in a sacred sense. Land, which is the first source of development, means a source of income, fertility and life in addition to its sacred …

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DR. MELTEM ONAY; LOOKING AT THE AGRICULTURAL ECOSYSTEM FROM A SYSTEM PERSPECTIVE

Systems approach theory offers us some opportunities to look at issues from two perspectives. The first of these deals with the internal actors of the event and reveals the relationship between them. The other is; Taking into account the external actors of the event, it shows to what extent the …

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DR. KARAOSMANOĞLU: THE HEALTHIER ECOSYSTEMS MEAN HEALTHIER PLANET AND PEOPLE

Press release… For the climate crisis, food and water security, health and biodiversity, ecosystems must be repaired and renewed. The healthier our ecosystems are, the healthier the planet and people are. For our future, we must prevent biodiversity from being at increased risk. Saying that the next 10 years are …

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DURSUN YILDIZ: INTERNATIONAL WATER BANK IS IN ITS FOUNDING STAGE

Water Policies Association President Dursun Yıldız said that the studies, started at the beginning of 2020, for the establishment of the International Water Bank (IWB) still continue. Yıldız said, “MAI Resources International, the Global Leader in Water Resources Management and Bulk Water Transport, announced that it is the largest supporter …

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‘CROW DETERRENT’ PROTECTS CROPS FROM BIRDS IN IĞDIR REGION!

With the start of the cherry harvest season in Iğdır in Eastern Anatolia, farmers are protecting their crops from crows and other bird species with a solar-powered machine they call the “crow deterrent,” (karga savar in Turkish). The mechanism works with solar energy and can be set to work on …

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KONYA’S FARMER WARNS; AGRICULTURAL MOBILIZATION SHOULD BE STARTED!

Warning from Konya producers: Agricultural mobilization should be started Due to the lack of precipitation in the Konya Plain, the province known as Turkey’s granary, drought is showing its effect. Noting that no one has the right to waste even a drop of water, Meram District Chamber of Agriculture President …

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“A FARM TO FORK STRATEGY CAN BE ACHIEVED WITH THE COOPERATION OF ALL STAKEHOLDERS”

Press release… Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) Coordinator and Aegean Dried Fruits and Products Exporters’ Association Chairman of the Board Birol Celep said, “We believe that we should lead the way to show the whole world that the Aegean Region is a sustainable production centre. We, as Aegean Exporters’ Associations, which …

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HYDROPONIC STRAWBERRY FARMING INCREASES IN WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN REGION…

Strawberry export of approximately 171 thousand dollars in 2.5 months from the Western Mediterranean Region… According to the data of the Western Mediterranean Exporters’ Association, last year, 2 million 120 thousand 202 dollars of strawberries were exported from the region where Antalya, Isparta and Burdur are located. This year, there …

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DRIED APRICOTS BRING OVER 24 MILLION DOLLARS IN TURKISH ECONOMY IN APRIL…

Malatya Commodity Exchange Chairman Ramazan Özcan said that April’s export figures made the region and the country’s economy happy. Stating that they have increased in value this year compared to April last year, Özcan said, “Last year, we exported 7 thousand tonnes of dried apricots in April and earned 18 …

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