in Turkey while maintaining the intensity of snowfall and cold weather in many regions, led almond blossoms that herald spring in Mardin.
SEHMUS EDİS (Mardin NEWS) The lack of rainfall
In February With the weather rising above seasonal normals, it caused the almond flowers to bloom early.
With the weather being warm above seasonal norms, the early blooming almond trees attract the attention of the citizens. Citizens who want to immortalize this moment take lots of pictures with their cameras on almond trees.
A citizen named Mahmut Ayyıldız, who stated that he saw almond flowers bloom in February in Mardin, said that Mardin is experiencing the hottest winter season of recent years. Ayyıldız said, “Normally, Mardin is not passed through snow in February. snowfall and cold weather all over Turkey, while effective in Mardin arrived early spring. “Even almond trees, which we are not used to, bloomed in February.”
The officials of the Provincial Directorate of Agriculture emphasized that there are many almond trees in and around Mardin and that almond contributes to the economy of Mardin in a considerable amount and stated that they are worried about the damage to the early flowering almond trees.