Cut fertilizer 'help' farmers to reduce costs
Mrs. Anchana Trachoh, Deputy Secretary-General of the Office of Agricultural Economics (Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives), Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives revealed that the cabinet agreed in principle and resolved on 24 April 2018.
Approved for the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives In cooperation with the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) to establish civil state measures to reduce production costs for farmers and farmers institutions
And increase agricultural production potential Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives Has implemented a project to support the production or procurement of fertilizers, ordered through farmers institutions Which operated since May
2561 to 30 April 2020 with the goal of 500 farmers institutions nationwide, with a credit limit of 3,600 million baht, by encouraging farmers to change their behavior in using fertilizer according to
Analyze plant nutrients in the soil of each area. Provide credit support from BAAC funding sources for working capital for farmers in producing or supplying cut-off fertilizer.
Sold to members of the Institute of Farmers and General Farmers Which can help reduce production costs (Chemical fertilizers) make farmers more income. In addition, training for knowledge about
Analysis of soil and fertilizer from various agencies such as the Land Development Department Department of Agriculture And the Department of Agricultural Extension
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