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University of Kirkuk produces white fungus crop

29 October 2019
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Under the supervision and follow-up by the Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Kirkuk, Dr. Dilshad Rasul Aziz, the college produced the crop of white fungus from its fields and the staff in charge of the field.

The dean of the college said that the white fungus crop is one of the crops produced by our college and is a good and desirable species by consumers and was grown according to scientific controls and quality control measures, indicating that the fungus was produced in an environment and healthy conditions based on natural materials that do not cause any harm to the consumer. He added that this step comes within the productive university project in which our college contributes mainly to be our university of productive institutions that contribute to support the national economy and provide livestock and agricultural products to citizens, In addition, students are given sufficient experience to enter the labor market after graduating from college.mshrom01

 

- The door of the ancient fortress of Kirkuk inscribed with the Holy verse) and tell my Lord Zdni note (bold font Diwani).
- The oil tower symbolizes the extraction of natural wealth (oil) from the ground, which is characterized by the province of Kirkuk.
- The sun signifies the light of science in the city of black gold. - An open and engraved book under the title of the University of Kirkuk, in Arabic and English, the book symbolizes science.
- The university is one of the formations of the Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and History, which symbolizes the foundation year of the university in 2003 AD (1424 AH).

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