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Warriors of the Rivers Atlas and Luna

Warriors

ATLAS

of

the

Rivers

and

LUNA

Welcome to Warriors of the rivers Atlas and Luna, a digital adventure where children step into the boots of 2 farmers Atlas or Luna navigating the daily challenges of life on the farm

Atlas and Luna have the ideal of farming on fertile lands in the region between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers and in doing so, carrying the richness of these lands to the future.The aim of this game is to convey to children the basic principles that will make life and the balance of nature sustainable by adapting them to farm life.

ATLAS

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Products grown

2

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Organic products

LUNA

Chooseyourfarmer

Atlas is a young male farmer, aged 20-25, with brown and thick hair, big eyes and who likes to dress colorfully

Luna is about 40-45 years old but young-looking thanks to doing daily exercises both mental and physical.Luna, only produce healthy and environmentally friendly crops but also wants to be become a role model for others aspiring to farm with minimal natural resource consumption.

Good morning!let's check the products

Oh no, there are pests in the pepper field.

Help Farmer Atlas Deal with a Pest Infestation in the Pepper Field

Cooperate with Farmer Friends on Neighboring Farms

Research Methods

Hi LUNAI have a pest problem I am very experienced and have never encountered this problem before, so I called you to get information and discuss options.

You can choose one of two options

Hi ATLAS

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He will examine the books and produce a solution by doing research on the internet.

He will consult someone who knows.

Natural Predators Ladybugs

Quick Fixer Chemical Pesticides

Congradulations

you have reached a good ending!

Farmer Atlas buys ladybugs and releases ladybugs into the pepper field, maintaining a healthy balance in the ecosystem. The peppers thrive, and the farm's reputation grows for sustainable practices. Alex learns the importance of natural solutions and environmental stewardship. In addition, by eating many ladybugs, birds take their place in the ecosystem in a healthy way and everyone, including the birds, is happy.

We are sorry

you have reached a bad ending!

Atlas chooses for chemical pesticides to quickly eliminate the pests and protect the pepper crop. He uses chemical pesticides in the field. This choice provides a rapid solution but may have long-term consequences on soil health and environmental sustainability. While the chemical pesticides quickly eliminate the pests, they also harm beneficial insects and disrupt the natural balance. The soil health deteriorates over time, affecting future crops. In addition, poor birds are in danger of being poisoned by chemical pesticides, and the beneficial insects that they would feed on have disappeared. Atlas realizes the environmental consequences of choosing quick fixes over sustainable practices.

Ask Demeter, the wise woman who inspires everyone by blending innovative methods and ancient knowledge.

Asking Deler, a merchant woman in town who sells agricultural materials and promises a quick solution.

Congradulations

you have reached a good ending!

Atlas goes to Demeter's colorful farm full of animals. Demeter tells Atlas that he can make a natural insecticide with natural neem oil and water or hot pepper and water and use it in the pepper field. She tells Atlas that he will find a solution to the flies by leaving buckets full of apple cider vinegar in his field also. And she says, this is just the beginning and come to consult me again and I will give you ideas about many different natural methods, you must proceed by taking precautions. Atlas introduces natural predators and organic solutions. The pepper crop remains healthy, and the farm ecosystem flourishes. Atlas learns the importance of maintaining a balanced ecosystem for sustainable farming.

We are sorry

you have reached a bad ending!

Atlas goes to Deler's shop with the dogs. Dogs don't want to come in because of offensive odors. Deler tells Atlas that she can give him a chemical pesticide that will affect very quickly and to bring her a few samples of infected leaves. Atlas takes some leaves and shows Deler. Deler gives him chemical pesticide and says that if the insect comes again,she will give him another chemical pesticide. The chemical pesticides quickly eliminate the pests, but they also harm the soil and nearby water sources. The pepper field is initially high, but the soil health deteriorates over time. The farm faces environmental consequences and struggles to recover, teaching Atlas the long-term impacts of hasty decisions.

Young Volunteers

hello everyone

There are pests in my pepper field so I came to ask for your help.

Natural solutions may not work when tried alone.

If neighbors use toxic chemicals, rivers will be polluted and everyone's land will be damaged.

Pests can also infect our fields

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hiAtlas

aah

Helping Each Other

Companion Planting

welcome The pest field is here

We take into account 2 measures against pest infestation

Thank you for showing us around your farm.

Mechanical Pest Control

Congradulations

you have reached a good ending!

Companion planting is the grouping of plants together in a combination that is beneficial to themselves or other plants around them. Companion planting can help repel unwanted insects or attract beneficial insects, nourish the soil, help control diseases. Generally improving growing conditions. By planting plants such as rosemary, dill, yarrow, basil, lavender, nasturtium, mint, and marigold throughout the farm and next to suitable crops, Atlas and the young volunteers manage to directly repel some insects and combat pests by inviting beneficial insects. The products now provide much higher yields and are more delicious.

We are sorry

you have reached a bad ending!

Mechanical Pest Control is a method of getting rid of insects and small rodents by killing them, removing them, or installing barriers to prevent further destruction of plants. Atlas and the young volunteers implement this, but their efforts are in vain. While the mechanical approach initially reduces pest numbers, it becomes labor-intensive and inefficient for large-scale pest infestations. Atlas struggles to keep up with the demands, leading to a decreased yield and financial strain on the farm. This outcome teaches Atlas the importance of scalable and effective pest management practices.

we can overcome it together

welcome Pests have increased and are now infecting tomatoes as well.

By acting together, we can make a great contribution to the ecosystem

Biological Pest Control

Integrated Pest Management

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Congradulations

you have reached a good ending!

Atlas and neighboring farmers adopts an Integrated Pest Management approach, combining various methods like crop rotation, companion planting, and introducing beneficial insects.This option involves a holistic and sustainable strategy that minimizes the use of chemicals while maintaining pest control.Atlas focuses on creating an environment that attracts natural predators like birds and predatory insects to the farm.This choice encourages biodiversity and allows natural predators to keep the pest population in check.The fertile lands lying between the rivers and all living things will now be safe.

We are sorry

you have reached a bad ending!

Atlas and neighboring farmers decides to introduce a species of beneficial insects to control pests, but the introduction is unsuccessful. Despite Atlas's efforts, the introduced beneficial insects fail to establish a presence and control the pest population. Because the pests had spread too much. The pepper and tomato crop suffers additional damage, and the farm faces financial setbacks. Atlas learns the importance of thorough research and careful consideration when implementing biological control methods. There are challenges that can arise even with sustainable farming practices.

Hi I'm Luna welcome to my farm

I am deeply committed to sustainable and environmentally friendly agricultural practices. I have two options

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Natural Resource Consumptio

Workshops with Children

Agroforestry

Organic Farming

Luna integrates trees and shrubs into her farm layout, practicing agroforestry. This not only provides additional sources of income but also helped in soil conservation, reduced erosion, and created a more resilient farming system.

Luna strictly adheres to organic farming methods, avoiding synthetic chemicals and pesticides. Instead, she focuses on using natural fertilizers, crop rotation, and companion planting to maintain soil health and pest control.

Agroforestry

By carefully addressing these considerations, Luna can optimize the benefits of agroforestry on her farm, creating a sustainable and resilient system that enhances biodiversity, conserves soil, and provides additional sources of income over the long term.

coordinating harvest schedules

understanding the needs of various plant species

understanding the needs of various plant species

spend time, resources and effort

Choose plant species according to time and budget

start working as soon as possible

Invest Time and Effort

Be Quick and Thrifty

Not dealing with complex farm management

you have reached a good ending!

Congradulations

Competition for Resources and Maintenance: The trees and shrubs in agroforestry systems can compete with crops for sunlight, water, and nutrients. Luna selects carefully and arrange plant species to minimize resource competition and ensure the well-being of both trees and crops. Maintenance Requirements: Trees and shrubs may require additional maintenance, such as pruning and pest control. Luna allocates time and resources for these tasks to prevent potential negative impacts on crop yields and overall farm productivity. So everything goes well and both the ecosystem and Luna benefit.

you have reached a bad ending!

We are sorry

Pest and Disease Spread: Agroforestry systems can create habitats for pests and diseases that affect both trees and crops. Luna didn't implement integrated pest management strategies to control and minimize the spread of pests and diseases within the agroforestry system. Management Complexity: The integration of trees adds complexity to farm management. Luna didn't to invest time and effort into understanding the needs of various plant species, coordinating harvesting schedules, and managing potential conflicts between tree and crop management practices. Unfortunately, pests and diseases surround the farm.

Organic Farming

Luna's commitment to organic farming methods, such as avoiding synthetic chemicals and pesticides while utilizing natural fertilizers, crop rotation, and companion planting, can yield several positive results: Luna's daily routine as an organic farmer following sustainable practices like natural fertilization, crop rotation, and companion planting might involve a variety of tasks. But this requires effort, and the possibilities of failure are scary. Ürün verimliliği çok önemlidir. She does everything but remains indecisive when it comes to fertilization.

Help me choose organic farming methods

Natural Fertilization

companion planting

crop rotation

Synthetic Fertilizer Application

you have reached a good ending!

Congradulations

Luna opts for organic fertilizers, compost, and cover cropping to naturally enrich the soil. This choice promotes soil health, minimizes environmental impact, and aligns with sustainable farming practices. Luna learns the importance of building soil fertility through organic and regenerative practices. This is great for the health of rivers and soil.

you have reached a bad ending!

We are sorry

Luna chooses to use commercial synthetic fertilizers for a quick nutrient boost. This option provides rapid results but may contribute to long-term soil degradation and environmental pollution. Despite the initial boost in crop growth, the continuous use of synthetic fertilizers leads to soil degradation. The soil becomes dependent on external inputs, and nutrient runoff pollutes nearby water sources. The farm faces long-term consequences, and Luna realizes the pitfalls of relying solely on synthetic fertilizers.

Luna remains open to new ideas and innovations in sustainable agriculture.

come on help her

1 -workshops

2 -online forums

4 -Consult Atlas and his teacher girlfriend for the workshop

3 -collaborated with agricultural experts

Next

Husbandry

Crop Management

Crop Rotation and Companion Planting

Planting, irrigation and harvesting of various crops (palm, lentils, chickpeas and olives) with different growth cycles and requirements

Crop Management

What is yourchoice for environmentally friendly and sustainable agriculture?

MonocultureFarming

you have reached a good ending!

Congradulations

Children choose to adopts a crop rotation system and companion planting to enhance soil health and minimize pest and disease pressure. This choice promotes biodiversity, reduces the need for chemical interventions, and fosters a resilient and sustainable farming ecosystem. The farm becomes a thriving ecosystem, with improved soil structure, reduced pest pressure, and increased crop yields. Children learns the importance of diversifying crops for a sustainable and resilient agricultural system. Luna is very happy.

you have reached a bad ending!

We are sorry

Children chooses to cultivate a single crop continuously in the same field. This option simplifies management but may lead to soil degradation, increased susceptibility to pests and diseases, and a reliance on chemical inputs. Continuous monoculture leads to soil nutrient depletion, increased pest and disease incidence, and a decline in overall farm health. The farm struggles, and children realizes the importance of diversifying crops to maintain a balanced and sustainable agricultural environment. Luna becomes unhappy.

Crop Residues:After harvesting crops, leave some residues in the fields for animals to graze on, especially in the case of cereal crops.

Poultry: Chickens and ducks can forage for insects, seeds, and plants in a pasture setting.

Pasture Grazing: Cattle, Sheep, and Goats: Allow these animals to graze on pasture. This provides a natural diet of grasses and other plants.

Concevtional Feedlot System

Pasture Rotation and Natural Foraging

you have reached a good ending!

Congradulations

Children choose pasture rotation and allows animals to engage in natural foraging behaviors. This choice promotes animal health, reduces reliance on supplemental feed, and enhances the nutritional quality of animal products. This results in healthier livestock, improved soil fertility, and high-quality animal products. Children learns the importance of aligning animal husbandry practices with natural behaviors for sustainable agriculture.

you have reached a bad ending!

We are sorry

Children chooses for a conventional feedlot system, providing concentrated feed to animals in a confined space. This option offers efficient feeding but may lead to environmental degradation, animal welfare concerns, and lower-quality animal products. The conventional feedlot system leads to environmental degradation due to concentrated waste, and the animals may suffer from health issues. The farm faces challenges related to soil fertility, and the quality of animal products may be compromised. Children realizes the drawbacks of intensive confinement and conventional feeding practices.