Field Agriculture

Field Agriculture
  • Stubble breaking is done in the harvested grain fields. Due to the need for weed control and green manure in fallow areas, folding and trepanation are carried out.
  • The second crop is planted.
  • Hoeing, irrigation, throat filling, thinning, tying to the pole and similar maintenance works continue.
  • The fight against all kinds of diseases and pests continues.
  • Harvest and threshing activities are carried out throughout the month in various regions. Harvested products are stored, stored and evaluated.


  • Soil cultivation can be seen in some areas.
  • No seams.
  • It's time to start the still-eye shot. In order to thin the fruit and prevent the water from evaporating, pruning is done in the form of sprout removal, leaf collection and cutting of some branches, and frequent irrigation is done. Fertilizer syrups are also supplied. Weeding and hoeing work continues.


  • Vegetable gardens are prepared for the early fall season.
  • Sowing and planting processes of autumn first season vegetables and second crop vegetables are carried out.
  • Vegetables are watered often. Hoeing continues throughout the month. Fertilizers are given in the form of syrup. Dilution and bottom filling processes are carried out in vegetables.
  • All kinds of vegetable diseases and pests are struggled against.
  • Harvesting, packaging and delivery of all kinds of vegetables to the market continues.


  • Soil cultivation in the vineyards stopped.
  • No sewing.
  • Work continues on thinning the tips, sprouts, leaves, leeches and bracelets in the vineyards, removing and tying the seats. Maintenance works such as irrigation and hoeing are carried out.
  • All kinds of vineyard diseases and pests are struggled.
  • The grape harvest begins. In addition to packaging and placing on the market, evaluation procedures are also implemented. Especially drying works start at the end of the month.


  • Barn work is scarce as the animals are mostly found outside and on pasture. Barns should be kept clean, airy and disinfection should continue in the areas where the barn is kept.
  • Animals are fed on pastures, but in case of malnutrition, additional feeding is done. Special feeding should be done especially for calves and lambs. Lambs born in the spring begin to shear.
  • Rams are added in warm regions to get offspring early in the spring.
  • Meadows, fodder crops are harvested. Grass is dried, baled, harvested and preserved.
  • The fight against all kinds of animal diseases and pests continues.

Poultry Farming

Poultry Farming
  • Ventilation, cleaning and disinfection studies continue in chickens.
  • Chickens are given a variety of feeds along with plenty of greens. Chickens are left in suitable stubbles. Chick and chick feeding should be given importance.
  • The fight against various chicken diseases and pests continues.


  • Hives should be kept clean and usable. Beehives are transplanted without shaking to places where flowers are abundant.
  • Weak hives should be combined.
  • Diseases and pests are combated.
  • Honey harvest continues.


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