Central Province women in agriculture will get more insights and technical expect on the cultivation of flowers and ornamental plants, thanks to the Chinese government.
The Central province Women in Agriculture Coordinator Shirely Hopa left yesterday for Suzho, China to attend a month’s training, specialising in the technical aspects of flower farming.
This is good news for women in the province, as the province has already two standard model vegetable farms for women that is bringing more interest for women to venture into commercial farming. Read more here
Source: Post Courier – April 26, 2011