International workshop on “Understanding Tanzanians Agricultural Practices East African Country”

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International workshop on “Understanding Tanzanians Agricultural Practices East African Country” was jointly organized with Ms Swaminathan Research Foundation, Pudukkottai on 18.07.2023


Agriculture in Tanzania represents almost 30 percent of the country’s GDP with three quarter of the country’s workforce involved in this sector.  Agriculture is undoubtedly the largest and most important sector of the Tanzanian economy, with the country benefitting from a diverse production base that includes livestock, staple food crops and a variety of cash crops. There are plenty of business opportunities across domestic, regional and international markets, for both traditional and new products.

Dr. S. Raguraman, Principal, PCAS welcomed the gathering   to the International workshop. 

Dr. V. R. Saminathan, Professor, Dept. of Agricultural Entomology Tamilnadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore gave an introduction on SRI cultural practices at Tanzania and new adapted technologies. 

Dr.  Atugonza Bilaro, Principal Research Scientist gave a speech on system of Rice Intensification (SRI) cultural practices adapted Tanzania area and Farm development activities. 

Dr Furahisha Miraj, Research Officer, Mrs. Fabiola Langa, Assistant research officer, Miss Atwebembela Kasenene, Irrigation Engineer, Daniel Dawson, Assistant Field Officer accompany with the Principal Research Scientist for international workshop. 

Dr. S. Selva Anbarasu, Associate Professor, SS&AC, PCAS & Ms. Ayisha Siddhika, Assistant Professor, Horticulture, PCAS organized the International workshop. 

Ms. M. Jeya Rani, Assistant Professor, Department of Agronomy, proposed Vote of Thanks. 


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