Peanut harvest started in Şanlıurfa, Turkey

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Published Nov 14, 2023

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Farmers in Şanlıurfa's Harran Plain have begun harvesting peanuts, which have proven to be a high-yield crop requiring less fertilizer, water, and pesticides. The farmers are happy with the results, as they can produce 500 kilos of peanuts per decare. Agricultural engineers in the region have also observed the success of peanut production and plan to increase the number of farmers cultivating peanuts to 100 next year.
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In Şanlıurfa's Harran Plain, peanuts produced by farmers as an alternative product have started to be harvested. The farmer, who obtained approximately 500 kilos of product per decare, was happy. In the fertile Harran Plain, farmers began to turn to high-yield products that require less fertilizer, less water and do not require pesticides. Harvest has started for peanuts, which started to be produced by farmers after they were first tried in the region in 2020. The high yield of peanuts harvested by the combine harvester made the farmers happy. The farmer, who produces 500 kilos of peanuts per decare, said that the planting area of his drought-resistant product with low input prices is increasing day by day. Stating that they have been producing peanuts in the region for 3 years, farmer Halil Bile said, "Currently, products such as cotton, corn and wheat are being planted in the region. Peanuts, which are just developing, are being planted. We recommend peanuts. It has a higher ...
Source: Sondakika
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