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COFFEE TO BE PRODUCED IN MEDITERRANEAN AS AN ALTERNATIVE CROP!

The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry determines alternative crops to reduce the impact of climate change on agriculture. The coffee tree stands out in the Mediterranean. With the warm winters in Marmara, olive groves become widespread and hot and dry summers facilitate cotton production. It is predicted that orchards will …

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TURKISH FARMERS TO MEET DRIVERLESS TRACTORS!

Unmanned tractors, the latest favourite of the smart agriculture market, which grows by an average of 10.1 pct every year and is expected to reach 20.8 billion dollars by 2026, will guide the agriculture of the future. John Deere, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of agricultural machinery and sold …

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HAYRETTİN UÇAK: WE MUST TAKE ACTION IN THE FIGHT AGAINST PESTICIDES

Press release… The fight against pesticides should be seen as a priority area in the circular economy action plan! A call from the fresh fruit and vegetable sector: We must take action in the fight against pesticides With the EU Green Deal, it aims to reduce the use of pesticides …

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TURKISH AGRONOMIST TEACHING FARMING TO MALAWIANS AT HUNGER RISK!

Within the scope of a project aimed to train farming practices to African villagers at risk of starvation, a Turkish agronomist has been spending days in Malawi teaching the locals what to plant to feed themselves. “You know the famous saying, ‘Give a man a fish and you feed him for a …

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WHAT IS REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE?

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NEW GUIDE TO REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE OUTLINES KEY PRACTISES…

A new booklet that outlines the key principles of regenerative agriculture and the many benefits they can bring to modern farming systems has been released by leading agronomy company Agrovista. The Regenerative Agriculture Guide is packed with useful information and tips and has something for everyone, from the mildly curious …

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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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EU 2022 PROMOTION PROGRAMMES FOR AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS…

The 2022 work programme focuses on campaigns that align with the ambitions of the European Green Deal and support objectives from the Farm to Fork strategy, and the EU organic action plan… The European Commission allocated €185.9 million euros ($210.6 million USD) in 2022 for the promotion of European Union …

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IS SOIL CARBON AGRICULTURE’S SECRET WEAPON?

At the United Nations Climate Change Conference – COP26 – held in Glasgow, Scotland, in November 2021, world leaders have discussed appropriate global action on climate change.But while much attention will focus on ways of curbing further greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, there’s also growing awareness of the need to try …

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TURKEY ENDS THE YEAR BY PLANTING THE LAST OF THE 252 MILLION SAPLINGS…

The government made good on its promise during summer’s wildfires to plant three saplings in the name of every citizen in the 84 million nation, and on Thursday, the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry concluded the campaign by planting the last of the 252 million saplings… Turkey ended the year …

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