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20 Nepali farmers and agriculture experts are undergoing training on organic farming in India
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22 February 2019
On 22 February 2019 Embassy of India Kathmandu, Nepal reported:
As part of India-Nepal New Partnership in Agriculture, the second group of 20 Nepali farmers and agriculture experts are currently undergoing a month long training at the National Centre of Organic Farming (NCOF) Ghaziabad, India from 1 February to 2 March 2019. The first group of 20 Nepali participants had successfully completed their training at NCOF, Ghaziabad from 15 November to 14 December 2018.
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The main objectives for the training are: to promote certified Organic Farming for improvement of soil health; to share Impact of Organic Farming on produce quality, productivity, soil health, and environment; to ensure supply of Organic Input through establishment of Bio-fertilizer and Bio-Pesticides Production Unit; Capacity building in soil testing and organic certification through Human Resource Development (HRD) of Nepali experts and farmers.
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