FAO Maize TCP ToT conducted

On September 25, 2018 By

The National Plant Protection Center in collaboration with the National Post Harvest Center has conducted Training of Trainers (ToT) on Maize storage pests management, improved drying and storage methods. The District Agriculture Officers and 12 Extension Agents of  Chukha Dzongkhag are attended the two days ToT program. The program is being conducted as part of the […]

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A total of 22 final year students of BSc Agriculture (Pre-service) along with tutor of CNR visited National Plant Protection Centre (NPPC) today. The Plant Protection is one of the main modules for the B Sc  Agriculture course.  The main objectives of the visit are to:

Familiarize the students with the Centre’s mandates and functions […]

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As per the news release by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on 14th August, 2018, fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) was recently detected in India (first time in Asia) and likely to spread from India to other parts of Asia with South East Asia and South China most at risk.

In this regard, the National Plant […]

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One day hands on training on set up and installation of corn Sheller and maize dryers was conducted by NPPC in collaboration with National Post Harvest Centre on 7th August at NPPC conference hall. The main objectives of the training was to train extension agents on set up of these machines to be installed in […]

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Rice experts from Thai Rice Department visited  National Plant Protection Centre. The team is in the country from 9-13 July, 2018 to discuss about quality seed production, pests, diseases and weed management and high altitude rice production. The expected outcomes of the visit are to assist in setting up of rice grain testing lab. and […]

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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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