By A O News Service
ITANAGAR, July 05: The three-day training on organic farming and vermi compost will have far reaching impacts to benefit the rural populace, said gramsevak Maneswar Chutia of Bhebeli panchayat under Bordoloni block.
Ekta Parisahd, particularly its coordinator Nayan Tara deserves appreciation for conducting the training at Moridham Shanti Sadhana Ashram at Dhemaji that would justify the common adage “Every action has an opposite and immediate reaction”, said Chutia, who was among the 53 local trainees.
Resource persons Dhemaji-based Krishi Vigyan Kendra organic farming specialist Manaranjan Gogoi, subject master specialist Yater Das and vermi compost specialist Chandra Deka Boruah imparted the training with practical demonstration making it highly informative and educative.
The training would add value to the products of cultivators, he said, adding that was why she has been urged to conduct more such training in the area.
Dhemaji has huge agriculture-horticulture potentials but the people are yet to develop socio-economically as the area was neglected for long due to Brahmaputra fury to be named as kalapani in 1960s for remaining cut off from rest of the world for almost six months.