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It is called fallow when the soil is left empty for a certain period of time after it has been cultivated. The soil left unplanted is preferred especially in dry agriculture. The fallow process, which has many different benefits to the soil, is preferred in our country as well as in many parts of the world. You can get detailed information about Fallow on Tarfin Blog. Tarfin, which helps our farmers to provide the most up-to-date information and share detailed articles about agricultural production and animal husbandry, also contributes to production with its innovative system. You can shop for agricultural and animal inputs at the most advantageous prices, and benefit from cash or harvest deferred payment options on Tarfin Mobil. By visiting more than 900 authorized Tarfin sales points all over Turkey, you can become one of our tens of thousands of farms that add fertility to your land with Tarfin.

 

What Does Fallowing Mean?

Leaving the land uncultivated is called fallow. Especially in places where rainfall is insufficient, fallow creates an opportunity for our farmers to accumulate moisture in the soil and enrich the soil in terms of organic matter. In the soil left empty during the fallow, organic matter is accumulated in the soil with the decay of weeds, stubble and plant residues, and the biological, physical and chemical accumulation of the soil is increased.

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