Title Evaluation of Çankırı Climate for Sustainable Agriculture
Authors Bekir CENGİL, Şebnem KUŞVURAN
Abstract In order to meet the needs of the rapidly increasing world population, food and clothing to get more yield per unit area is given the weight of conventional agriculture. As a result, an increase in production achieved in significant amounts, but unconsciously, particularly the use of natural resources including land and water resources has caused degradation of the natural equilibrium. Chemicals used in the production stage as it was seen adverse effects on human health and natural resources in food and agricultural production is a completely different look for policy and practice are largely as a result, adverse effects on human health and natural resources without threatening "organic farming", "Sustainable Agriculture" have emerged as an alternative production methods. The aim of the study was to emphasize the conservation and using to naturel resources while maintaining of the agricultural production. In this context, the long-term soil and water resources and climate, natural resources, involving the relationship between agricultural production and the environment should be managed better. Agricultural chemicals used in the production stage and interact with the atmosphere in the form of land use is a known fact. In this study, Çankırı agricultural production plans for the future to focus on sustainable agricultural system, the parameters of climate change and in some extreme situations that directly affect the production of the identification and attitude toward these events and policies that will contribute to the development of information and findings, we aimed to understand the framework of the principles of sustainable agriculture.
Keywords Çankırı, temperature, sustainable, precipitation
Journal TABAD - Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences
Issue Issue 1
Page 166-169
Year 2012
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