Giant Cooperation Protocol in Irrigation Between DSİ and TOKİ

Giant cooperation protocol in irrigation between dsi and toki
Giant cooperation protocol in irrigation between dsi and toki

The Minister of Agriculture and Forestry stated that they took another step in irrigation. Bekir Pakdemirli stated that a protocol was signed between the General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works (DSI) and the TOKİ Presidency on the construction of irrigation facilities.

ANNUAL 2,5 BILLION CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COUNTRY ECONOMY


Emphasizing that 25 irrigation projects will be implemented in different provinces within the framework of the signed protocol, Minister Pakdemirli said, “In this context, we will be with our farmers with projects that will irrigate 3 million 200 thousand decares of land. With the completion of these projects, we aim to provide employment to 300 thousand people and contribute 2,5 billion TL annually to the national economy. ”

INVESTMENT COST OF PROJECTS 8,5 BILLION LIRA

Saying that the investments made for irrigation bring water-longing soils to water, Pakdemirli said that the total cost of the facilities to be built with the protocol reached 8,5 billion liras.

Minister Pakdemirli stated that 85 percent of the economic irrigable land of our country, which is 78 million decares, that is 66,5 million decares, was opened to irrigation. it is possible to generate income, ”he said.

SAVING FRONT PLAN IN IRRIGATION PROJECTS

indicating that three quarters of the water used for irrigation in Turkey Dr. Bekir Pakdemirli said “We prefer the most modern and economical sprinkler and drip systems when constructing irrigation facilities. These systems will be implemented in the facilities to be built under the protocol. By switching to closed system pressurized pipe irrigation, transmission losses are reduced to a minimum and farm efficiency is increased to a maximum by providing significant water savings with on-farm irrigation systems. Thus, 35% water saving is achieved in sprinkler irrigation and 65% in drip irrigation ”.


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