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Discussion of a master’s thesis on a geographical assessment of the impact of climate on crop cultivation in the Levantine district

In the College of Education for Girls, a master’s thesis entitled (Geographical Assessment of the Impact of Climate on Crop Cultivation in the Levantine District) was discussed at the College of Education for Girls by Raad Rahim Dandoush from the Geography Department.
The study, which was supervised by a. Mounira Muhammad Makki, to identify the role of climate and its effect in the study area on agricultural crops to clarify the climatic suitability of the crops approved in the study (rice, wheat, barley, eggplant, okra, cucumbers, watermelon, beans, lettuce, onions, legumes, palm trees. Grain fodder crop), whether or not, as well as the extent of the contribution of climatic elements to the fluctuation of production of cereal crops, and to provide information that contributes to the development of agricultural production in accordance with climate changes and whether agricultural activity is moving towards progress or decline and how to reach a solution to the problems they face
The study reached several conclusions, including that the climate elements have an impact on crop cultivation in terms of area invested, quality and production. The rains contributed greatly to the fluctuation of the cultivated areas during the study years, and the predominance of the cultivation of cereal crops (rice, wheat, barley) and palm trees, while other crops are secondary. .

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