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Mushroom spawn distributed to 5 villages

Nagaland News

Dimapur, December 8: The SBI Gram Seva Programme implemented by ANMA Integrated Development Association (AIDA), Dimapur distributed mushroom spawn to the five adopted villages of Khriezephe, Tsithrongse, Diezephe, Urra and Bade.

A press release informed that the SBIF through AIDA addresses the “emerging trance of self-reliance” by assisting the rural youths and women to start up small-scale growing of mushroom substrate under resilient agriculture prepared from straw or any clean agricultural waste material sas a source of subsidiary family income.
“It contributes local economy and generates more additional employment for the rural people paving opportunities for processing enterprises in future,” it stated. (Page News Service)

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