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    “Upgrade Wells” Pumps Its Production Into The Iraqi Market

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    “Upgrade Wells” Pumps Its Production Into The Iraqi Market Empty “Upgrade Wells” Pumps Its Production Into The Iraqi Market

    Post by Rocky Fri 06 May 2022, 2:29 pm

    [size=38]“Upgrade Wells” Pumps Its Production Into The Iraqi Market
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    Information / Diyala
    The former member of the local union of agricultural associations in Diyala, Muhammad Falah, announced on Friday the start of pumping what he called the upgrading of wells into the Iraqi markets.
    Falah said in an interview with "Information", "Azim district (70 km north of Baqubah), which is one of the most important and largest regions of Iraq in the production of the soqy crop, which is marketed to various markets in the governorates, has begun to pump its production despite the severe drought crisis."
    Falah added, "90% of the lands cultivated with the Roqi crop depend directly on the water of artesian wells and some nearby streams, pointing out that farmers took this step in an attempt to save the most important crop, which constitutes nearly 50% of their annual income after losing the cultivation of grain crops, in reference to wheat and barley crops.
    He pointed out that "the farmers' adoption of drip irrigation to save water has contributed to a distinguished investment in parallel wells and achieving a larger area for agriculture, because the adoption of traditional frameworks in irrigating the crop represents a waste of water and reduces the productivity of wells at the same time."
    Al-Azim is considered one of the most important cities in Iraq in the production of the sophistication crop, which reaches all governorates
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