National Plant Protection Centre

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On June 25, 2018 By


Visit of agriculture extension agents to the NPPC as part of Professional Development Program ( PDP)


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Mr. Man Bdr Rai started his career in the civil service from 16th August 1986 after completion of Diploma from Agriculture and Horticulture Training Institute, Khangma, Trashigang. On his appointment, he was placed as Agriculture Supervisor in one of the Gewogs under  Trongsa Dzongkhag. In 1991 he was transferred to NPPC as Plant Protection […]

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A total of 37 first year students of BSc Agriculture (Pre-service) along with one tutor of CNR visited National Plant Protection Centre (NPPC) on 28th May 2018. The Plant Protection (PLP101) is one of the modules for the BSc course in the first semester.  The main objectives of the visit were to:

Familiarize the students […]

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The National Plant Protection Centre is pleased to published the annual report of the year 2016-17

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Annual report 2017


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The National Plant Protection Centre, DoA, MoAF, Semtokha invites sealed bids from the interested eligible bidders having valid Trade license for Supply of Laboratory Equipments, Camera & Accessories as depicted in the table attached below(NIT): –

The bid should be accompanied by the bid security drawn in favor of Program Director, National Plant Protection Centre, DoA, MoAF, […]

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The paper on first record of cosmopolitan slug Derocera laeve (O.F Muller,1774) (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Agriolimaciae) in Bhutan published today in  in Folia Malacogia by Edmund Gittenbetger (Naturalis), Choki Gyeltshen (NBC), Pema Leda (NBC), Tshelthrim Zangpo (NPPC), and Rieks van Klinken (CSIRO).

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The ePest surveillance app is android based application which is maintained by the National Plant Protection Centre (NPPC), Department of Agriculture, under the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests. The main purpose is to collect and share real-time information on pests of Agricultural crops and send data via internet. It is connected to a central server […]

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Armyworm Alert, 2018

On March 9, 2018 By

All the Extension officers and ARDCs are advised to carry out regular monitoring of the armyworm particularly in paddy nurseries and maize fields to implement control measures on time.

Where and when is it a problem?

The early arrival of warm dry weather followed by rain in spring is favorable for reproduction and […]

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