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Hamelmalo College of Agriculture extends training to local farmers

In application of its research based findings, the Hamelmalo College of Agriculture has extended a two-days training course to 30 farmers from Adi-Tekelezan, Hagaz and Hamelmalo sub zones on pest control mechanisms and prevention of various diseases affecting vegetables.

Hamelamalo, 16 May 2016 – In application of its research based findings, the Hamelmalo College of Agriculture has extended a two-days training course to 30 farmers from Adi-Tekelezan, Hagaz and Hamelmalo sub zones on pest control mechanisms and prevention of various diseases affecting vegetables.

The training that was conducted from 11-12 May was aimed at enhancing the overall productivity of farmers. It was also to raise the understanding of the farmers on the adverse effects of pesticides, the proper use of manure, water and fertilizers, as well as breeding seasons of pests among others.

The trainees appreciating for the opportunity they were provided expressed readiness to share the knowledge they received to fellow farmers. They also called the sustainability of the program.

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