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GUWAHATI, March 5 - A two-day State-level seminar on �Awareness, motivation and technology transfer for development of beekeeping in Assam� was organised here recently by the National Bee Board and Salt Range Foods Private Ltd.

The seminar was inaugurated by Rajesh Prasad, Principal Secretary and Agricultural Production Commissioner, Government of Assam.

In his speech, Prasad appealed to the farmers of Assam to adopt scientific beekeeping for increasing their income. He assured that the government would provide all kinds of technical support for promoting beekeeping in the State.

Dr Pranab Mahanta, Director (In-charge) of Horticulture and Food Processing, spoke about different aspects of beekeeping.

Mowsam Hazarika, Assistant Director of Agriculture said that the farmers of Assam have already successfully adopted many new horticultural fruits like strawberry and hoped that they would also come forward to adopt scientific beekeeping.

Over 200 farmers from different farmers producers companies (FPCs) participated in the seminar.

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Seminar on beekeeping

GUWAHATI, March 5 - A two-day State-level seminar on �Awareness, motivation and technology transfer for development of beekeeping in Assam� was organised here recently by the National Bee Board and Salt Range Foods Private Ltd.

The seminar was inaugurated by Rajesh Prasad, Principal Secretary and Agricultural Production Commissioner, Government of Assam.

In his speech, Prasad appealed to the farmers of Assam to adopt scientific beekeeping for increasing their income. He assured that the government would provide all kinds of technical support for promoting beekeeping in the State.

Dr Pranab Mahanta, Director (In-charge) of Horticulture and Food Processing, spoke about different aspects of beekeeping.

Mowsam Hazarika, Assistant Director of Agriculture said that the farmers of Assam have already successfully adopted many new horticultural fruits like strawberry and hoped that they would also come forward to adopt scientific beekeeping.

Over 200 farmers from different farmers producers companies (FPCs) participated in the seminar.