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DIMAPUR, March 16 - Nagaland Governor PB Acharya on Thursday made a fervent call to scientists, faculty members of universities and students involved in agricultural sciences to go to villages and educate the farmers about latest technology in farming and high-yielding crop varieties to improve their lot.

The Governor made the appeal while addressing the inaugural function of a symposium on spices and aromatic crops at School of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development (SASRD), Nagaland University, Mediziphema Campus, near here. The three-day symposium is being held under the theme �Spices for Doubling Farmer�s Income�.

He observed though many advancements have been made in agricultural science but in reality most of the farmers on the ground are yet to reap its benefits. �Let�s act, symposium alone is not enough,� he stressed.

Altogether 90 scientists and 100 progressive growers from across the country are participating in the seminar.

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Acharya addresses agriculture scientists

DIMAPUR, March 16 - Nagaland Governor PB Acharya on Thursday made a fervent call to scientists, faculty members of universities and students involved in agricultural sciences to go to villages and educate the farmers about latest technology in farming and high-yielding crop varieties to improve their lot.

The Governor made the appeal while addressing the inaugural function of a symposium on spices and aromatic crops at School of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development (SASRD), Nagaland University, Mediziphema Campus, near here. The three-day symposium is being held under the theme �Spices for Doubling Farmer�s Income�.

He observed though many advancements have been made in agricultural science but in reality most of the farmers on the ground are yet to reap its benefits. �Let�s act, symposium alone is not enough,� he stressed.

Altogether 90 scientists and 100 progressive growers from across the country are participating in the seminar.

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