Farmers urged to cut chemical use to preserve Inlay Lake


Farmers recently attended a seminar on reducing the use of agricultural chemicals to maintain the health of Inlay Lake at the monastery in Ngaphechaung village, located in Inlay Region’s Nyaungshwe Township. Head of the Township Department of Agriculture Daw Moe Thida spoke about reduction of chemical fertilizer and pesticide usage, as well as establishment of forest plantations.
Officials discussed sustainable usage of pesticides and replied to queries raised by local farmers.–Nay Myo Thurein

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