- 2019-02-27 11:02 AM
- سياحة و سفر
Agricultural Turkey forms cotton, tea, tobacco, olives, grapes, citrus fruits, vegetables, cereals and barley the most important agricultural crops in the country.
Turkey is one of the largest hazelnut producers in the world.
Turkey ranks seventh in the world and the first in Europe in terms of the abundance of hot groundwater. Exploiting this latent wealth will increase its agricultural production. The Ministry plans to deploy this modality in the states of Afyon, Eden, Dunzley, Diyarbakir, Izmir, Manisa, Cotahé, ShanLi Orfa and Yuzghat.
Grain in Turkey has shattered the production record for the last 50 years, with some regions increasing by more than fifty percent. Three million tons of wheat and 966 thousand tons of barley were harvested.
Turkey has been ranked seventh in its global cultivation.
The amount of land forested in afforestation campaigns between 2008 and 2010 was 1 million 448 ha. During this period, 820 million seedlings were planted, placing Turkey among the first three world countries in the area of afforestation. Where the forest area reached 21.6 million hectares