CATAK Project

Implementation of CATAK Project by Years

Years

Number of Provinces

Provinces taken under the Project

Number of Producers

Area

(ha)

Payment amount (tl)

2006

4

Kırşehir, Isparta, Konya, Kayseri

469

1.726

1.434.000

2007

1.508

4.041

2.605.000

2008

1.484

4.063

4.630.000

2009

9

(4+5)

Kahramanmaraş, Niğde, Karaman, Çanakkale, Nevşehir

1.881

4.752

 

5.061.922

 

2010

19

(9+10)

Adana, Amasya, Aksaray, Burdur, Denizli, Mersin, Samsun,  Sivas , Bilecik, Diyarbakır

2.940

8.808

 

10.347.256

 

2011

25

(19+6)

Ankara, Aydın, Tokat, Manisa, Çorum, Edirne

4.648

14.414

16.128.359

2012

27

(25+2)

Adıyaman, İzmir

6.568

21.804

23.182.680

TOTAL

19.498

59.608

63.389.217


Note: While the supports of 2006, 2007, 2008 and the first payment of 2009 were financed by foreign resources, the second payment of 2009 and the supports of 2010, 2011 and 2012 were financed by domestic resources.
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About CATAK Project

Environmentally Based Agricultural Land Protection Project (CATAK)


ÇATAK scheme aims to protect the quality of soil and water, to provide sustainability of natural resources, to prevent erosion and to reduce adverse effects of agricultural practices on environment. 

 

Implementation of scheme:

Within the scope of ÇATAK, the following categories are subject to various payments for 3 years as per the implementation area.

 

In this scope, the payments are as follows;

1st category: 30 TL/da for agricultural practices with minimum soil tillage,

2nd category: 60 TL/da for agricultural practices aiming at conserving soil and water structure and preventing erosion,                                   

3rd category: 135 TL/da for environment friendly agricultural techniques and cultural implementations.

 

The Scheme is implemented in 27 provinces namely Adana, Adıyaman, Aksaray, Amasya, Ankara, Aydın, Bilecik, Burdur, Çanakkale, Çorum, Denizli, Diyarbakır, Edirne, Isparta, İzmir, Kahramanmaraş, Karaman, Kayseri, Kırşehir, Konya, Manisa, Mersin, Nevşehir, Niğde, Samsun, Sivas and Tokat.  


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