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Goji Berry fruit and persimmon will be produced in Siirt, Turkey

Siirt'te Goji Berry meyvesi ile Trabzon hurması üretilecek
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Nov 24, 2021
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2 million 78 thousand TL saplings and seeds were distributed to 360 producers in Siirt - Siirt, where Goji Berry fruit and persimmon will be produced in Siirt. Almond, blackberry, Goji Berry and persimmon seedlings, vetch, lentil and wheat seeds were distributed to the producers within the scope of the 'Enabling the Use of Agricultural Lands' project by the Siirt Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry.
Goji Berry fruit and persimmon will be produced in Siirt SİİRT - Saplings and seeds worth 2 million 78 thousand TL were distributed to 360 producers in Siirt. Almond, blackberry, Goji Berry and persimmon seedlings, vetch, lentil and wheat seeds were distributed to the producers within the scope of the 'Enabling the Use of Agricultural Lands' project by the Siirt Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry. Providing information before the seedling and seed distribution, Siirt Agriculture and Forestry Provincial Director Ergün Demirhan said that the diversity in production will increase with the implementation of the project. Siirt Governor Osman Hacıbektaşoğlu, who stated that they are making progress in the field of agriculture every day, said that they support every project that contributes to production. Governor Hacıbektaşoğlu said, "We are living in a time where food comes to the fore for the whole world and for Turkey, where production is prominent, global warming ...
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