In the program, farmers enriched themselves with the knowledge of new technologies and advanced agricultural science
For ensuring the source of best quality crops, a daylong 'Farmers' Meet - 2019' was held at Dinajpur where best agricultural practices and science based knowledge were shared with 250 farmers who participated in the event.
Nestlé Bangladesh organized the program in collaboration with different government agricultural organizations on December 2.
In the program, farmers enriched themselves with the knowledge of new technologies and advanced agricultural science.
Agriculture and rural development is one of the core business principles of Nestle Group, which has been an integral part of its culture over the last 150 years.
In line with this global commitment, Nestlé Bangladesh has also initiated various activities like sustainable agricultural practices and systems that contribute to long-term production efficiency, viable incomes for farmers etc.
In order to transfer such agricultural knowledge among farmers at Dinajpur area, Nestlé Bangladesh organized that event.
Dr Md Israil Hossain, director general of Bangladesh Wheat and Maize Research Institute and Mr Deepal Abeywickrema, managing director of Nestlé Bangladesh inaugurated the program along with other government and Nestle officials.