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    Air forecaster: Iraq is on "danger" causing real environmental disaster

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    Air forecaster: Iraq is on "danger" causing real environmental disaster Empty Air forecaster: Iraq is on "danger" causing real environmental disaster

    Post by Rocky Sun 07 Jan 2018, 1:37 am

    [ltr]Air forecaster: Iraq is on "danger" causing real environmental disaster[/ltr]
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     Since 2018-01-06 at 19:37 (Baghdad time)
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    [ltr]Baghdad - Mawazine News[/ltr]
    [ltr]Sadiq Atiyah warned on Saturday of a real environmental disaster due to the lack of rain, drought and water crisis in the southern governorates and the Middle Euphrates. He pointed out that Iraq annually wastes more than 85% of its water because it is not keeping up with modern watering.[/ltr]
    [ltr]"As the water levels in Iraq's provinces, especially the south, are increasing because of the lack of rain and the lack of water releases from the water-producing countries, Iraq is facing the danger of drought," Attiyah said on his social networking site (Facebook), read by Mawazine News. Cause a real environmental disaster. "[/ltr]
    [ltr]He added that "several cities in Iraq are experiencing a real water crisis now caused perhaps hundreds of agricultural land to drought, especially since Iraq has suffered not long ago a large water crisis threatens the central and southern provinces to drought because of the lack of rainfall and lack of past years and high temperatures To the traditional methods followed by farmers in agriculture, which rely on irrigation, "noting that" Iraq wastes annually more than 85% of the amount of water because of not keeping pace with the development of modern irrigation methods, according to agricultural reports. "[/ltr]
    [ltr]"This is in addition to the risks that Iraq will face because of the Turkish Aliso dam, which if completed, will deprive 690 thousand hectares of Iraqi agricultural land of water that lies on the course of the Tigris only," adding that "Iraq, after being one of Among the first countries in the world in the cultivation of palm trees, and the production of more than 600 types of the finest types of dates in the world, has seen in recent years a significant decline in numbers that adorned the country and distinguish cities from the cities of the world.[/ltr]
    [ltr]He pointed out that "the number of palm trees in Iraq has declined in the last 10 years from 33 million palm trees, which reached Iraq until the eighties and nineties of the last century to 15 million palm trees in 2017, as confirmed by competent authorities in the Ministry of Agriculture and Iraqi farmers."[/ltr]
    [ltr]"The reports of the Ministry of Agriculture confirms that more than 10 thousand acres in Iraq are transferred annually to residential neighborhoods," he said, adding, "It was reported that the continued neglect of the file of agriculture in Iraq, especially palm groves, the palm of Iraq is going to extinction After Iraq was nicknamed the country of palm. "[/ltr]


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