Field Agriculture

Field Agriculture
  • Tillage for spring planting is done in some warm regions. The cultivated areas connecting the cream are broken with rakes and crowbars and the soil is raised. Areas that are very puffy and clogged become clogged. Light and filtered soils should be given artificial manure and farmyard manure.
  • Varieties such as rye, barley, peas and broad beans are cultivated in temperate climates.
  • The first lifebuoy is given in cultivated wetlands.
  • Necessary struggle and preservation studies are continuing in the warehouses. Seeds are separated, cleaned and ready for planting.


  • A hole is dug for saplings, the fields where orchards will be established collectively are plowed, tree bottoms are raised and fertilized.
  • Planting of seedlings in temperate regions continues until the middle of the month. Seedlings are dismantled and folded.
  • In warm regions, pruning of all kinds of fruits begins and pruning continues.
  • The winter struggle against various pests and diseases continues.
  • Especially the citrus harvest continues. Citrus fruits are packaged and presented to the market. Storage is also done taking into account the summer months.


  • Early vegetable harvesting begins in greenhouses.
  • Vegetable seeds are sown on hot pads. In some regions, seedlings can be taken to the garden towards the end of the month. Winter vegetable harvest continues in warm regions.
  • In regions where spring comes early, the soil is cultivated and fertilized for planting summer vegetables.
  • Irrigation, hoeing and weeding (fixing) is done in hot pads and greenhouses.
  • Various pest and disease control studies are carried out.
  • First season vegetables taken from the greenhouses are packed and shipped to the market.


  • Deep burying (Crisma) is done in old plants and areas to be bonded and these areas are fertilized.
  • Vine (rooted and unrooted) plantings continue.
  • Pruning begins.
  • The winter war is fought. Omca is washed with a burgundy puzzle.


  • Since the animals are in the barn, cleaning and disinfection is important.
  • The barn is fed with various feeds. Various maintenance work is done.
  • Necessary precautions are taken at the beginning of the birth. Puppies are given special care and feeding.
  • When the weather permits, the animals are taken to the pasture.
  • In order to keep animal diseases and harms under control, preventive vaccines are made and drugs are used.

Poultry Farming

Poultry Farming
  • Cleaning and ventilation works continue in the hens.
  • Necessary measures are taken for the upcoming incubation period.
  • A balanced diet is provided with cereals and artificial nutrition.
  • Various drugs are given and preventive vaccinations continue.


  • In regions with a suitable climate, the bees are gradually taken out. Ventilation should be done carefully as the bees are still inside in cold places.
  • Sherbet should aalso be given to bees in cold places.
  • Pests and possible diseases are fought.


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