Episode 166. Agriculture in Turkey

In today’s episode of Voices from the Field, Justin Duncan, sustainable agriculture specialist at NCAT’s Southwest Regional Office in San Antonio, Texas, interviews Helen Smiley, a sustainable agriculture consultant located in Turkey.

Helen is formerly of Texas and was invited to Turkey to educate refugees in organic farming. She shares some of the differences in agriculture in Turkey versus Texas — from giant-sized cabbage to purple carrots.

For more information on this topic, you can contact Justin Duncan directly at justind@ncat.org.

Related ATTRA Resources:

Organic Specialty Crop Production in Texas: A Grower’s Handbook

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