50 Women Flower Growers Leave For Training Course

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Jammu – To enable local farmers to have a firsthand experience of the modern farming techniques, a group of 50 women farmers representing different blocks of Jammu district, along with officers of the Department of Floriculture, was today flagged off by Director, Floriculture Jammu K.K Sharma, S.R.S Bali, for training at Zero budget agriculture farming at Pingalwara Charitable Trust Jandila Guru Aitsar Punjab.

Dy. Director (Staff Officer to Director) Department of Floriculture, Jammu and  Tejinder Singh, President Flower Growers Association J&K were also present on the occasion.

The Director impressed upon the women farmers   to interact with the scientists, experts, farmers of other states participating in the training and equip themselves with sufficient information and knowledge to be adopted at their fields and share the same with other farmers of their area.

He also instructed them to participate whole heartedly in such programmes and get benefitted by such exposure visits.

During the visit, the women farmers would also be intimated with   the flower market in Aitsar.

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