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Officials to check on rehab progress

Felix Chaudhary
Tuesday, February 05, 2013

FARMERS have been urged to make good use of the vegetables seedlings and the 85,000 kumala cuttings given by the Agriculture Department during the cyclone rehabilitation program.

Agriculture director extension Uraia Waibuta said farmers who failed to plant the seedlings would not be assisted through the second phase of rehabilitation.

He said the department would soon travel to the Yasawas, Vatulele and Mananuca to monitor the progress of the rehabilitation.


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