Farmer Ozkan Yildirim, who sows 400 decares of land in Diyarbakir without fertilizers or pesticides, produces 2 meters and 20 centimeters of wheat with his 7,000-year-old ancestral seed. Stating that there is a demand for seeds from all over Turkey, Yildirim said, “We have set a quota, we will not sell until we see the Farmer Registration System document.”
Farmer Ozkan Yildirim opened the exhibition of the ancestral seed, which grows between 1.60 and 2 meters and 20 centimeters on average and gives an average of 840 kilograms per decare without fertilizer or pesticide. Stating that seeds are requested from all over Turkey, Yildirim stated that they can give a maximum of 50 kilograms to those who have the Farmer Registration System certificate.
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Stating that they planted ancestral seeds in five places with and without fertilizer, Çiftçi Özkan Yıldırım reminded that they planted an average of 400 acres. Stating that they opened the ancestral seeds exhibition with the yield they received, Yıldırım said, “There are people coming from all over Turkey. We have things with and without fertilizer, only with fertilizers and pesticides. We will give 10 or 20 pounds to our farmers who are looking for us everywhere. Our goal is to be something visible. Every They see that they keep 120-250 grains per spike. It grows between 1.60-2.20′ cm on average. Where we do not use fertilizers and pesticides, the height is 2 meters 10 cm, 2.05 cm.” said.
Stating that they are satisfied with the use of pesticides, Yıldırım said, “This year we built the stream we call flood water. The weather was very hot in Diyarbakır. We have emissions between 1100 and 1200. We have levels between 760 and 840. Do not use pesticides. We use fertilizers and pesticides.” We could not find 550-650-680 kilos and 700 kilos anywhere. We are doing our sales. Our farmers come and see. There is a lot of demand. We have set a quota, we do not sell without seeing the Agricultural Registration System document.
Diyarbakir is still better than last year. However, in some areas it is quite problematic. Farmers in the Bismil region suffered. The harvest is good compared to last year. 1.5 months ago the temperature rose from 20 degrees to 40 degrees. He also brought the average wheat generally weak. It was taken between 300 and 350 in other wheat varieties. The fallow fields were around 400. “We got between 760 and 840 pounds of pesticides from our ancestors without using fertilizers,” he said.