Tue, 21 Aug 2018 12:23 - Updated Tue, 21 Aug 2018 12:29
Peasants benefit Over 7,000 tons of fertilizers in Huambo Province
Huambo - Seven thousand tons of fertilizer were purchased by the government of Huambo province to assist 25, 910 peasants families in the agricultural season 2018/2019.
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The information was delivered this Monday in statements to the press, by the local governor, João Baptista Kussumua.
According to the official the government also provided 600 tons of corn, 1,500 tons of ammonium sulfate and equal amount of urea, 6,000 tons of dolomite limestone and 10 thousand units of plows for animal attraction, which begin to arrive in the province during the course of this week.
The minister assured that agricultural inputs will be marketed in time to the peasants at subsidized prices to allows the increase of the production, so as to create a chain of food security above the level and to create surpluses for the commercialization.
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