Eugenia sells well after reopening of pagodas

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Eugenia is one of the essential flowers for pilgrims because it is a symbol of success for them.

The Eugenia growers are happy with their eugenia selling well after reopening the famous pagodas in the Kyaukse township, Mandalay region, said Ma Thida Aye Eugenia seller in Maha Shwe Thein Taung pagoda in Thin Taung Gyi village.
The pagodas across the country were closed to curb the spread of COVID-19 during the pandemic period. The famous pagodas in the regions will be reopened, but the visitors need to follow the COVID-19 protocols as guided by the pagoda board of trustees.
Eugenia is one of the essential flowers for pilgrims because it is a symbol of success for them. That is the reason why the eugenia growers are earning daily income growing eugenia. I have raised around 200 eugenia trees near Maha Shwe Thein Taung Pagoda, said Ma Thida Aye.
The eugenia plants can get good sunlight and will be having beautiful branching by growing 10 feet apart in between themselves. Growing eugenia is not like that of other fruit plants. It requires fewer labour and input costs.
Therefore, the eugenia plants should be cultivated because they can earn the growers daily income. — Kyaukse (IPRD)/GNLM

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