Balkans | Seedlings from Çanakkale continue to be exported to Bulgaria and the Turkish Republics

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Balkans |  Seedlings from Çanakkale continue to be exported to Bulgaria and the Turkish Republics

Most of the fruit seedlings grown in the Lapseki district of Çanakkale are sent abroad.

After inspections by the district director of agriculture and forestry Ali Kachan and officials, the first export of seedlings was made this year to Bulgaria.

Cassin told reporters that they are always with the producer and producer.

Expressing that the ministry provides support for certified seedlings and standard grafted seedlings, Kassan said: “We have Lapsky a fruit paradise, a warehouse for fruit production. In order to produce high-quality products, purchase more than one contract, and always take steps that are beneficial to the producer in terms of economy, be The first job is through the sapling. We care a lot about the sapling.” He said.

Agricultural engineer Osman Okay, owner of the producing and exporting company, also mentioned that they grow seedlings of peaches, nectarines, peaches, cherries and apples.

He explained that they made the first shipment this year by sending 20,000 walnut tree seedlings to Bulgaria to be planted on an area of ​​approximately 300 dunums.

“Going forward, there will be two more shipments, nectarines and cherries if they are lucky. We also provide agricultural consultancy for these established gardens. Again, we will install irrigation systems. We grow 300,000 fruit seedlings a year. The roots we grow are the roots we grow in a laboratory environment. These are also good for our product. It develops very quickly, starts producing early, and the fruit is of good quality. In addition to Bulgaria, we continue to export seedlings to the Turkish Republics, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan. In these regions, there is a huge planting of seedlings. We sell 80 percent of the seedlings we grow in These areas are abroad.

AA

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