ATMA organises trainings and demonstrations

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/18/2019 12:07:05 PM IST

ATMA organised various trainings and demonstrations for the welfare of the famers at various blocks.

Following are the reports. 
ATMA Phek: ATMA Phek block conducted training and demonstration during the inauguration programme of banana farm school at Phek Basa on animal healthcare and banana cultivation on August 14. A press release from ATMA Phek stated that, the training was held with BTT convenor & VAS, Phek Dr. Lhuveta Nyekha, and ATMs Chosuve Nakro, Enyi-u Kapfo and Visavinuo Victoria Zaphu. Women SHGs from Phek Basa and Chosaba village were also mobilised and trained on preparation of chilli pickle and dish wash gel for income generation.  During the session, Masa SHG and Surhe SHG from Chosaba were acknowledged with cash awards for their activities on agri and allied department.
ATMA Akuhaito: ATMA Akuhaito block organised a training and demonstration on the topic “Application of bio pesticide in crop protection” and “Spices preparation from locally available ingredients” at Rotomi village and latter at Akuhaito village on August 17. 
A press release from ATMA Akuhaito block stated that, resource persons for the training and demonstration were Kaiho Achumi ATM and Akangtula Jamir DPA IFAD. The resource persons stressed on the different bio pesticides that can help in crop protection, beside practical demonstration on preparation of different menu spices which were locally available to the farmers were practically taught. 20 farmers attended the programme.
ATMA Tuensang: ATMA Tuensang Longkhim block conducted training, demonstration and inaugurated integrated farm school at Longkhim village on August 16 and 17. A press release from ATMA Longkhim block stated that on August 16, training was organised on preparation of detergent washing powder and dish wash for SHGs which was conducted by Moa ATM and Arenla BTM.              
ATMA Tuensang Longkhim block on August 17 inaugurated an integrated farm school where Z Chonyila Sangtam was appointed as the farm school teacher. BTM Arenla inaugurated the farm school and also gave a brief highlight on the importance and role of a farm teacher. Odilemla ATM spoke on the development of integrated farming and its proper maintenance. She also demonstrated the proper methods of cabbage cultivation and also preparation of nursery bed. Altogether 30 farmers and four ATMA functionaries attended the programme.


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