Farmers urged to prepare cultivation of summer paddy now, make natural fertilizers for their farms : Yangon Region Chief Minister

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Yangon Region Chief Minister U Hla Soe views raising of layers in the farm.

Yangon Region Chief Minister U Hla Soe, Commander of Yangon Command Maj-Gen Nyunt Win Swe and officials yesterday viewed vaccination process of COVID-19 and provided protective equipment in Taikkyi Township before viewing monsoon paddy model plot and private breeding farms.
Vaccination for COVID-19 prevention was held at Myoma Basic Education High School in Taikkyi where the region government and township administration body presented PPE suits, hand gel bottles, masks and other equipment to the charity associations.
The Chief Minister and party viewed monsoon paddy model research farms in Yintaikkwin Village where the head of Yangon Region Agriculture Department reported on cultivation of 120,000 acres of monsoon paddy, 41,977 acres of beans, more than 6,000 acres of edible oil crops, over 300 acres of maize and over 3,800 acres of sugarcane plantations in the township. The Chief Minister of the region urged farmers to prepare cultivation of summer paddy now and make natural fertilizers for their farms.
During the visits, they viewed round the broiler and layer farms in Uto Village and breeding of over 100 oxen in Myaungdakar Model Village.—Hsan Kyaw Oo (IPRD)/GNLM

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