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Cone of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis L.)

A close up view of a one year old cone of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis L.). "Silviculture at the Balcali Campus of Çukurova University, Adana, Turkey."

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Atatürk Flower (Euphorbia pulcherrima)

Mexico and Central America originated Atatürk flower (Euphorbia pulcherrima) is an ornamental plant from family Euphorbiaceae. It is named as Atatürk flower in Turkey because it was introduced by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. It is also known as "Christmas flower".

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The eggs of Japanese quail

A close-up view of the eggs Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica).

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Peking Duck (Anas domesticus)

The view of Peking duck (in the rear) and goose (front). Peking duck which is native to China was brought to Turkey in 1984 (Anas domesticus). Peking ducks are grown in Turkey are feather type ducks. Their eggs yield is high and they lay 150-200 eggs per year. Their liver and manure also have econom...

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A flock of mallard ducks (Anas platyrhynchos)

A view of mallard duck (Anas platyrhynchos) flock in the course of resting. While in the reproductive season males so-called green-headed mallard because the color of head turns to green during the breeding season in this duck species, females have brown beak and feather.

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Male mallard duck

A view of male mallard duck. Head of male Mallard ducks (Anas platyrhynchos) is green during the breeding season.

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Black pine tree (Pinus nigra)

An overall appearance of a black pine tree (Pinus nigra). (Çukurova University Campus, Adana)

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Fruit of osage orange (Maclura pomifera)

"Osage Orange" (Maclura pomifera) is a tree species from Moraceae family with wide crested and native to North America. It can grow up to 20 m. The fruit of the tree is pistachio green in color and 10 cm in diameter. The fruits form with a combination of a large number of juicy and seedy fruits. Mi...

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Date palm (Phoenix dactylifera)

Palm trees (Phoenix dactylifera) from Arecaceae family is a plant grown for their fruits for many years. It is reported that the plant is native to North Africa or Southwest Asia. Their height usually is around 15-25 m and they have one or more trunks developing from the same root system. The leaves...

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Plump nuts fruit of Giresun

The view of shelled and unshelled plump nuts fruits of Giresun.

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Red cabbage field

An overall view of red cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. Capitata f. Rubra) field before harvesting.

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Cauliflower field

Cauliflower field. Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea botrytis) is a winter vegetable native to Eastern Mediterranean and it is a plant from crucifers (Brassicaceaet). Dark green leaves resemble cabbage. Edible part is flower buds taking place in the middle part which wasn’t bloomed yet. Flowers are wh...

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Plum varieties (European and Japanese plums)

In dieser Präsentation werden die Europäische und asiatische (japanische Pflaume) Pflaumen Sorten häufig angebaut und ihre Eigenschaften aufgelistet sind.

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New Technologies in Agriculture

This presentation, technological development and the evolution in agriculture, definition of new technologies, application fields and the benefits are explained in, has the characteristics of a course that introduction to new technologies.

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The Plum and Apricot Hybrids

This presentation contains brief information about the plum and apricot hybrids such as plumcot, the aprium and pluot.

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Mid Atlantic Berry Guide

Preplant considerations, Soil Management and Nutrition for Berry Crops, Pesticides, Pesticide Safety, and Chemical Fumigation, Weed Management, Wildlife Damage control in Commercial Plantings, Strawberries, Blueberries, Brambles, Gooseberries and Currants

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Agricultural Extension and Information Technologies

In this object, extension and technology, innovation, information technologies and extension, improving the use of IT in extension, the situation in Turkey and examples from the other countries and suggestions for Turkey are explained.

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Fragrant acacia flowers (Acacia farnesiana L.)

General view of scented acacia (Acacia Farnesiana L.) flowers. This bush form plant known as sweet acacia in English, grows in many places in the world with a temperate climate. This is a v-shaped and small tree and it grows up to 3 meters and makes crown up to 2.5 to 5 m. Although this plant is eve...

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Farm accounting workbook

'The Ontario Farm Accounting Workbook was developed in Excel 97 format to help you in managing your farm business. It is designed to meet the farm business record keeping needs for commercial farms. It is simple, yet complete enough to provide details for tax purposes, for credit and for an analysis...

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Peach pests

In this presentation, diagnosis of pests such as eastern fruit moth, green and brown foul-smelling insects, penetrating insects causing significant damage and economic losses and diagnosis of their damages are described.

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