Sunday, April 15, 2018

Global Food and Agriculture Photos April 15, 2018

This roundup of global food, farming, and agricultural photos appears every Sunday on Big Picture Agriculture.

E.U.
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A can of black olivs is pictured at the 'Agro Sevilla' olive factory in La Roda de Andalucia on April 12, 2018. AgroSevilla exports 25% of its annual production to the United States and the factory has been specially calibrated to supply this crucial customer. Photo credit: AFP / JORGE GUERRERO / Getty Images.
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A worker delivers banana perennials at the Changy-Dambas Banana procession plant in Capesterre Belle-Eau, in the French overseas region of Guadeloupe on April 10, 2018. Photo credit: AFP / Helene Valenzuela / Getty Images.
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People visit the 'U-pick' garden (Tulipani Italiani), a field of 350,000 tulips from 312 varieties, in Cornaredo, in the outskirts of Milan, on April 7, 2018. The U-pick garden is an idea of Dutchwoman Nitsuhe Wolanios and her companion Edwin Koeman, who launch Tulipani Italiani as a u-pick project: anyone paying the entrance can visit the tulip garden and pick tulips, take pictures, stroll and relax. Photo credit: AFP / Piero CRUCIATTI / Getty Images.
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Hussein and Samar, both Syrian refugees, remove wild greens at an organic farm near the village of Kaparelli, some 70 km northwest of Athens on April 12, 2018. Salman Dakdouk Kastro, a Syrian activist long settled in Greece, set up an organic farm to help refugees grow their own food and offering a way for integration. The project includes a collective restaurant run by Greeks, Kastro and refugees in Athens where they use crops from the farm. More than 50,000 refugees stay in Greece after the great exodus of 2015-2016, including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, waiting for family reunion or a network of traffickers, or the process of being integrated. Photo credit: AFP / LOUISA GOULIAMAKI / Getty Images.

AFGHANISTAN
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Afghan farmers harvest opium sap from a poppy field in Zari District in Kandahar province on April 9, 2018. The US government has spent billions of dollars on a war to eliminate drugs from Afghanistan, but the country still remains the world's top opium producer. Photo credit: AFP / JAVED TANVEER / Getty Images.

TURKEY
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A drone photo shows the herd of sheep gathering as they are on their way to grazing fertile areas at highlands after weather heats up during spring season, in Sanliurfa province of southeast Turkey on April 12, 2018. Nomadic families, who have to replace to find more fertile grassland for their animals according to the seasons, leave for the highlands as the air temperature in Sanliurfa rises. Animal breeders, who dismantled their tents and loaded them on their vehicles, took to the roads with thousands of animals. Photo credit: Anadolu Agency / Getty Images.
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An aerial view of a tulip field is seen as farmers make harvesting the tulip bulbs during its cultivation at Seymen village of Silivri district in Istanbul, Turkey on April 12, 2018. Photo credit: Anadolu Agency / Getty Images.
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An aerial view of 'orange carpet' reaching the length of 1071 meters, made of 50 tons of orange, lemon and grapefruit along with architectural city symbols by Kepez Municipality during the Orange Blossom Carnival in Antalya, Turkey on April 09, 2018. Photo credit: Anadolu Agency / Getty Images.

INDIA
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Indian workers sort out goats at a livestock market in Ghazipur on April 14, 2018. Photo credit: AFP / XAVIER GALIANA / Getty Images.
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Indian workers load sacks of compost for agricultural use in a truck at a warehouse Jalandhar on April 12, 2018. Photo credit: AFP / Shammi MEHRA / Getty Images.
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A Kashmiri Muslim woman carries harvested rape seed on her head on a mustard field on April 11, 2018 in Islambaad south of Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir, India. Kashmir the Muslim majority state , known as the 'Paradise on Earth' has for centuries captured the imagination of many writers, poets and film makers and is integral to the tourist trade. Kashmir has been a contested land between nuclear neighbors India and Pakistan since 1947, the year both the countries attained freedom from the British rule. Photo credit: Yawar Nazir / Getty Images.

VIET NAM
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This picture taken on April 7, 2018, shows a man steering buffaloes through a paddy field near a plastic factory in the outskirt of Hanoi. Photo credit: AFP / Nhac NGUYEN / Getty Images.

NEPAL
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Nepalese people buying various flower plants during 21st Flora Expo 2018 at Kathmandu, Nepal on Friday, April 13, 2018. It is a yearly floriculture expo held in Nepal by FAN (Floriculture Association of Nepal) for four days. Photo credit: NurPhoto/ Getty Images.

RUSSIA
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Grow lights at a new greenhouse complex of the Vyborzhets farming company in the Vsevolozhsk District. The 11-hectare complex can produce up to 25 mln packages of herbs a year. Photo credit: Alexander Demianchuk / TASS / Getty Images.
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Lettuce growing at a new greenhouse complex of the Vyborzhets farming company in the Vsevolozhsk District. The 11-hectare complex can produce up to 25 mln packages of herbs a year. Photo credit: Alexander Demianchuk / TASS / Getty Images.
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Branded trucks at a new greenhouse complex of the Vyborzhets farming company in the Vsevolozhsk District. The 11-hectare complex can produce up to 25 mln packages of herbs a year. Photo credit: Alexander Demianchuk / TASS / Getty Images.
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A client of the Telefermer farm that gives virtual farmers an opportunity to buy cattle, pigs, sheep and chickens and fodder for them, in his home. Via webcams installed at the farm people can watch how their animals are reared and taken care of. At their request, web users can also be sent milk, eggs and meat from the farm. Photo credit: Mikhail Pochuyev / TASS / Getty Images.

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