Posts by: Sonam Dorji

Grade 6 students of Early Learning Centre  (ELC) accompanied by their class teacher visited NPPC on 19th  April 2019. The visitors were welcomed by the Programme Director of NPPC with a brief background of the Centre followed by a visit to the Entomology laboratory.  The insect collection room was the favorite of the students. A […]

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The National Plant Protection Centre is pleased to publish the  Annual report of 2017-2018. The publication of annual report provides an ideal platform to capture both completed and ongoing activities of the Centre. In the annual report, we are able to update and disseminate information that may be required by Agriculture Development Centres, field staff and farmers.

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Annual Report 2017-18

On March 12, 2019 By

Click on given link to view the report

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Article on Wheat rust

On February 28, 2019 By

The article on “Reaction of Wheat Varieties to Rust Diseases at Mid and Low Altitudes in Bhutan” by Chophel et al 2019 was published in Bhutanese Journal of Agriculture. Click on following link to view the article:

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Obituary

On February 8, 2019 By

We are deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved friend and a colleague, Mr. Kezang Tashi, Deputy Chief Plant Protection Officer on 21st December 2018, after battling life for few months. He was a kind and gentle person, loved by all the colleagues and friends alike. His untimely demise will be terribly missed. Our […]

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FAO Maize TCP Terminal workshop underway at Chuniding Resort at Serbithang in Thimphu.  The workshop is being attended by Chief of Agriculture Officer of Agriculture Research and Extension Division, FAO Country Coordinator and DAOs from three pilot Dzongkhag

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The National Plant Protection Centre (NPPC) family bid farwell Dr. Thinlay.

Dr. Thinlay is from Babesa village under Chang Gewog, Thimphu. He is married to Mrs. Tashi Pem and has 2 daughters and a son. He joined civil service on 20 August, 1984 as an Assistant Plant Pathologist at NPPC, the then EEC Plant Protection […]

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“The future is neither unseen or unknown. It is what we make of it. What work we do with our two hands today will shape the future of our nation. Our children’s tomorrow has to be created by us today” His Majesty the King addressed the Nation on 7th Nov, 2008. On this  auspicious occasion […]

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Chukhha 28, November: Three days training for the Plant Protection focal officers and NPPC technical staff on maize storage pest and diseases identification and management was held  at Phuntsholing, Chukhha. The plant protection focal officers from ARDC Bajo, Samtenling and Wengkhar attended the training program. The training is being conducted with the funding support from […]

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November 27, 2018: The National Plant Protection Center organized a demonstration of electric fencing energizer to the Bhutan Power Corporation, Bhutan Statistical Bureau and Bhutan Electricity Authority. However, BEA could not attend the demonstration. The demonstration was also attended by the Nature Conservation Division. The main objective of the demonstration was to demonstrate the safety and […]

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