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Nagaland: AIDA-SBI Gram Seva organises kitchen garden training

By EMN Updated: Apr 25, 2022 10:34 pm
Organisers and participants during the training-cum-awareness.

Dimapur, April 25 (EMN): ANMA Integrated Development Association (AIDA) – SBI Foundation Gram Seva Programme under resilient agriculture conducted kitchen garden training-cum-awareness for the adopted villages.

The training aimed at empowering unskilled women on better practice of organic and scientific method of farming to grow their own food, which is fresh, healthier and to have nutritional food-herbs in order to boost their livelihood income by encouraging kitchen garden practices in their backyard.

SBI Gram Seva-AIDA distributed green nets, watering can and quality seeds like hot pepper hybrid almora, bitter gourd hybrid, long yard bean, okra hybrid, cucumber hybrid clara, bitter gourd hybrid-little champ. A total of 155 kitchen garden primary partners availed the opportunities.

The practical demonstration was conducted on land preparation, initiated by livelihood officer, KT Khino Anal; convergence officer, Mhonlumi Ezung; market development officer from MNC Syngenta Company, Akshay Chauhan and Achano W Tsopoe along with other primary partners.

The session started with preparation of raising seedbeds from the ground level, level of spacing, removal of stones, bushes and weeds, making compost pits and rechargeable pits, farmyard twigs etc. to be used as organic manure was demonstrated.

By EMN Updated: Apr 25, 2022 10:34:41 pm