Rector Akdoğan Investigates 360-Acres Land of Our University
Rector Prof. Dr. Ali Akdoğan made observations on the 360-acre land of the University, including a sample hazelnut orchard established within the scope of “The Investigation of Traditional and Modern Practices in Hazelnut Growing Project”.
Rector Prof. Dr. Ali Akdoğan was accompanied by Vice Rector Dr. Tahsin Tonkaz, Deputy General Secretary Mehmet Sami Güler, Head of Department of Horticulture of Faculty of Agriculture Prof. Dr. Ali Islam and the heads of departments during the investigation.
Rector Akdoğan received information from Head of Department of Horticulture of Faculty of Agriculture Prof. Dr. Ali İslam about the project which is scheduled to examine the nuts and industrial production in Turkey, Spain and Italy.
Rector Akdoğan explained, “In addition to our existing buildings, we have 360 acres of land owned by the University. In a 5-acre section of this area, our faculty members of the Faculty of Agriculture continue to investigate hazelnut species in different countries and to investigate both the most important agricultural product of our region and other regional products”.