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29.11.2021 15:12 News >> Agricultural Journalists Gather In Turkey's Mediterranean Resort City

Agricultural Journalists Gather In Turkey's Mediterranean Resort City

Journalists from 16 countries get information about Turkey's agriculture industry in Antalya.

Agricultural journalists from Turkey and abroad gathered last week in Turkey's Mediterranean resort city of Antalya, where farming activities, especially greenhouse cultivation, are carried out intensively.
The Turkish Guild of Agricultural Journalists (TAGYAD) and the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) members discussed a range of topics – including seed growing, floriculture, agricultural mechanization, and fruit and vegetable export – as part of a major international greenhouse industry exhibition, Growtech.
Hundreds of companies from 20 countries attended the event to exhibit different products, including irrigation systems, infrastructure devices, chemicals, and seeds.
During the event, agricultural journalists from 16 countries got information about Turkey's agriculture industry and Antalya's potential in this field.
Turkey is a prominent country in the agricultural field in terms of production and export. -



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