Tarık Kubilay, who returned to his hometown while running a food laboratory in Mersin, and who has nearly 30,000 walnut saplings from his grandfather in the Kahta district of Adıyaman, helps 700 people about his harvest.
This year, 600 tons of walnuts were grown in “Chandler” sizes on the land in the Kubilay hamlet of Ortanca village, while an income of approximately 18 million liras was obtained.
Provincial Director of Agriculture and Forestry Nurettin Kıyas told Anadolu Agency that the trees in the 2,000-decare garden were 14-15 years old. Kubilay’s work in the garden was targeted with the latest technology.
Kiyas Turkey’s largest walnut orchard. Most of the garden will be able to grow, closure to a thousand that can be produced. said.
Erdogan established a walnut orchard in the soil it contains
The owner of the garden, Tarık Kubilay, said that in 2012, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had established a closed nest of 2 thousand decares to be built for the future of the East, which was recommended.
Expressing that they established the garden in order to grow a new business in the East and Southeast, Kubilay said, “We have approximately 30 thousand walnut trees, 700 people are working during the harvest period. He thinks that our production is important for the economy of Turkey with the economy we can supply and our national unity.” he said.
Target thousand tons of production
Noting that there are 3 different tree groups in their gardens and that they will receive full efficiency in 2023, Kubilay stated that they have a thousand tons of production and 37 million liras in revenue.
Abdullah Yaman, who works in the garden, said, “700 people here are eating. It’s nice to work in the garden like this. At most, we have to go along.”
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