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IS SPECIALIZED ORGANIZED INDUSTRIAL ZONES USEFUL FOR AGRICULTURE?

The specialized organized industrial zone based on agriculture (TDİOSB) is a wide range of goods and service production areas established by the public, legal person or persons, aimed at ensuring the integration of the agriculture and industry sector, producing agricultural and animal production and industrial facilities for their processing. The …

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DR. MELTEM ONAY WRITES; AGRICULTURE WITH HIGH NATURE VALUE

Ever since I started dealing with agriculture and environmental issues, I realize that new windows are opening every day in my life. The “Permaculture design” education I had two years ago carried me to a completely different dimension. I was convinced that agriculture and food were very important and indispensable …

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DR. MELTEM ONAY WRITES; WHY CIRCULAR AGRICULTURE?

WHY CIRCULAR AGRICULTURE? We have started to use the concept of “circular agriculture” very frequently in order to strengthen and develop the agriculture of the country. Undoubtedly, it is necessary to consider many factors that affect agriculture and food together in order to understand to what extent this understanding is …

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DR. MELTEM ONAY WRITES; SILENT HEROES OF AGRICULTURE

Do women contribute to the global economy? How is the perception of women in agriculture? These two important questions have always been on my mind for the last two years. Not only what I see, but every article I read attracts me to focus on the subject from a different …

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A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON AGRICULTURE: URBAN AGRICULTURE

When I started researching what is happening in the world for the sustainability of agriculture and its spread to very large masses, I came across a new concept: “Urban Agriculture”. While thinking about what is urban agriculture, where are its application areas, can there be an alternative solution for the …

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DR. MELTEM ONAY WRITES; A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO AGRICULTURE

The Coronavirus epidemic reminded us once again that the health of all living things is interconnected and integrated. Covid 19, which was initially seen as a global health problem, will now be discussed more with its economic, social and political dimensions. Because we will see the effects of the epidemic …

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