The economy of the city is generally based on agriculture. 35% of the gross income is derived from agriculture. Nearly all of the city's population is engaged in agriculture and forestry.

Manisa is the province that produces the most grapes, cotton, tobacco and olives in Turkey. Manisa, which is at the top of agriculture, is also famous for its amber-colored seedless grape in the world.

91.7% of the Manisa soil is suitable for agriculture. 46% of these lands are covered with forests and machinery.

Due to weather conditions and seasonal conditions, agricultural products are quite different in terms of variety and quantity. Cereals, legumes, vegetables and fruit are the ones most often obtained.

The main crops grown in Manis are mainly wheat, barley, corn, rice, chickpeas, tobacco, cotton, sesame, cauliflower, celery, tomatoes, aubergines, leeks, zucchini, peppers, beans, spinach and abundant amounts.

In addition, celery and cauliflower in Turkey are mostly grown in Manisa.

Fruit growing in Manisa province is very developed. Manisa is the place where dried grape seedless grapes are the most grown in our country. In Manisa, where the grape is considered the mother country, 85% of Turkey's production is grown. Grape juice is also the most important agricultural product. The other fruits that grow in Manisa are peach, cherry, apricot, olive, almond, pear, walnut, kestane and nardır.

Manisa It is the fourth place in Turkey with famous melons and watermelons. One quarter of all grape, tobacco and cotton production in Turkey, one eighth of olive production and one tenth of olive oil production are made in Manisa. 75% of the grown tobacco in our country is grown in Manisa.