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Farmers embrace organic farming in Makwanpur
by Pratap Bista, Hetauda
The Kathmandu Post Translate This Article
13 November 2017
On 13 November 2017 The Kathmandu Post reported:
Farmers of Makwanpur district are gradually getting attracted to organic vegetable farming, as demand for green produce is growing among the health conscious. Vegetables that are not laced with chemical fertilisers and pesticides are called green produce. Earlier, most of the vegetables in Makwanpur were grown using a lot of chemicals.
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