Hali Ipua cooperative harvests 150 tonnes of potato

  • Campo agrícola
Sumbe - At least 150 tonnes of sour potatoes started being harvested Tuesday by the Hali Ipua agricultural cooperative, in the village of Donga, Amboim municipality (Cuanza Sul), its vice chairperson, Alberto Mateus said.

The cooperative, which produces over 100 hectares of arable land, also plans to harvest 12 tons of cabbage, 45 tons of tomatoes, the same number of peppers and 25 tons of carrots.

The cooperative worker said this to ANGOP, on the sidelines of the ceremony to receive agricultural tools delivered by the Agriculture Development and Commercialisation Project (SAMAP).

The tools include six animal traction ploughs, dozens of hoes and 12 litres of insecticide, 12 sprayers, three atomisers, a thresher, 12 machetes, an equal number of files and six litres of fungicide.

SAMAP was launched in Cuanza Sul province in 2018 and is a project of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry coordinated by the Institute of Agrarian Development (IDA).

 

The cooperative, which produces over 100 hectares of arable land, also plans to harvest 12 tons of cabbage, 45 tons of tomatoes, the same number of peppers and 25 tons of carrots.

The cooperative worker said this to ANGOP, on the sidelines of the ceremony to receive agricultural tools delivered by the Agriculture Development and Commercialisation Project (SAMAP).

The tools include six animal traction ploughs, dozens of hoes and 12 litres of insecticide, 12 sprayers, three atomisers, a thresher, 12 machetes, an equal number of files and six litres of fungicide.

SAMAP was launched in Cuanza Sul province in 2018 and is a project of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry coordinated by the Institute of Agrarian Development (IDA).