The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Increasing agricultural products help boost economic development

Agricultural Researches Department of the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) held its 8th Annual Reporting Workshop with participation of deputy minister of agriculture, Irrigation and livestock Mawlavi Sadr Azam, deputy minister of agriculture for finance and administrative affairs Mawlavi Fazil Bari Fazli, deputy minister of agriculture for irrigation and natural resources Mawlavi Baz Mohammad Faizan, a number of directors of the ministry, university lecturers and students in Kabul.
Speaking to participants at the workshop, deputy minister of agriculture and livestock Mawlavi Sadr Azam said agricultural researches were needed; therefore, agricultural experts, university lecturers and researchers were asked to work in this regard so that they would have a developed agriculture in future. Meanwhile, deputy minister of agriculture, irrigation and livestock for finance and administrative Mawlavi Fazil Bari Fazli by stressing on importance of agricultural researchers said the country’s economic development depended on agriculture, but researches were needed for development of agriculture in the country. General director of agricultural researches of the ministry Mawlavi Nasratullah Talha by briefing related to the aim of holding the workshop said experts and researchers were making effort to further develop the country’s agriculture and livestock by introducing various agricultural products, controlling diseases and delivering better services.
The three-day workshop of the ministry’s agricultural researchers department was held in Kabul to reflect the department’s activities in practical researches, livestock, animal and plant diseases, introduction of various systems of irrigation and new varieties of agricultural products and introduction and promotion of new systems and technology.
Shukria Kohistani

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.