Mandalay Region to cultivate 3,340 acres of monsoon/late — monsoon season long-staple cotton

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During the 2022-2023 Financial Year (FY), monsoon/late-monsoon long-staple cotton will be cultivated on 3,340 acres of farmland in July and August and the seeds will be distributed to six districts in the Mandalay region, said an official from the Department of Agriculture.
According to him, a total of 3,340 acres of land will be placed under long-staple cotton, 340 acres of which will be cultivated with Union funding and 3,000 acres the regional funds. When good and quality strains of cotton are cultivated, the per-acre yield will increase, also producing seeds. It makes them more profits.
A total of 3,340 acres of monsoon/late-monsoon long-staple cotton were planted on seven acres in Mandalay district, 755 acres in Kyaukse district, 871 acres in Meiktila district, 377 acres in Myingyan district, and 1,310 acres in Yamethin district. The seeds they produce will be distributed to growers free of charge. — Min Htet Aung (Mandalay Sub-Printing House)/GNLM

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