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GOKHAN KARACA: AVOCADO PRODUCTION EXPANDS IN ANTALYA REGION

As the domestic and international demand for avocado, whose homeland is Mexico, increased, the fruit’s production area in Antalya also expanded. Having a say in the production of fresh vegetables and fruits, Antalya region’s product variety is increasing every year. In the province, where more than 30 tropical fruits from …

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LAST RAINS TO INCREASE THE YIELD IN KONYA PLAIN!

While it is estimated that the rains, which are effective from time to time in the Konya Plain, which is known as the granary of Turkiye, will contribute positively to the surge in yield, though the effective hail rains in some districts locally damaged the cultivated crops. In Konya province, …

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WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY, JUNE 5…

World Environment Day 2022 is the biggest international day for the environment. Led by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and held annually since 1973, it has grown to be the largest global platform for environmental outreach. It is celebrated by millions of people across the world. World Environment Day 2022 is hosted by Sweden. “Only One Earth” is the …

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FAO-TURKIYE PARTNERSHIP AIMS TO RECULTIVATE ABANDONED LANDS FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE…

News release… The project will help improve the structure and enlargement of farms in beneficiary countries,and identify ways that land banking can support land consolidation procedures. 4 June 2022, Ankara – The abandonment or non-utilization of agricultural land is a common problem in many countries, especially in South-Eastern Europe and the …

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FAO AND IFAD TO LAUNCH PROJECT FOR NUTRITION-SENSITIVE AGRICULTURE…

The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in partnership with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the Government of Jordan launched a new project to identify potential areas for knowledge exchange, policy dialogue, and programme development to improve water security, agriculture, and nutrition outcomes in …

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WATER POLICIES ASSOCIATION FROM TURKIYE ACCEPTED AS THE NEW MEMBER OF WATER EUROPE…

The Water Europe Community (WE), which was established in Brussels for the purpose of cooperation and coordination in research and innovation for the water sector in Europe, announced that it has made the Water Policies Association from Turkiye as a member. Anca Popa Water Europe Secretariat – Water Europe Community …

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UN REPORT; UP TO 40 PERCENT OF EARTH’S LAND DEGRADED!

‘We cannot afford to continue taking land for granted,’ says UN’s Ibrahim Thiaw… HOUSTON, Texas… A UN study released this week shows humans are killing the planet. The UN report says up to 40% of the Earth’s land is degraded, threatening roughly half of the global Gross Domestic Product ($44 …

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DR. YUSUF DEMİR: WE WILL PLANT COTTON INSTEAD OF TEA IN THE FUTURE!

Ondokuz Mayıs University (OMU) Faculty of Agriculture, Agricultural Structures and Irrigation Department Lecturer Professor Dr. Yusuf Demir, talking about the effects of global climate change in the world, said, “Maybe 30 years from now, we will plant cotton instead of hazelnuts and tea in the Black Sea.” Samsun Ondokuz Mayıs …

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WHAT IS CARBON FARMING?

The land sector is key for reaching a climate-neutral economy, because it can capture CO2 from the atmosphere. However, to encourage the agriculture and forestry sectors to deliver on climate action and contribute to the European Green Deal, it is necessary to create direct incentives for the adoption of climate-friendly …

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ABDULLAH MELİK: AGRICULTURAL PROBLEMS CAN ONLY BE RESOLVED WITH THE COMPLETION OF GAP

Due to the wrong agricultural policies based on imports implemented in Turkey, astronomical price hikes are experienced in the food sector. Abdullah Melik, Head of Şanlıurfa (Turkiye’s prominent southeastern province) Branch of the Chamber of Agricultural Engineers, said that the problems that reached the level of famine could only be …

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