For Immediate Release
USAID’s Kyrgyz Agro-Input Enterprise Development Project (KAED), jointly with the Tim Agro agricultural cooperative will host a field day for local farmers and other agricultural specialists August 20, 2014. The event will begin at 10:00 a.m. on the fields of Tim Agro agricultural cooperative in Luxembourg village, Issyk-Ata rayon, Chui oblast.
Farmers, seed importers, local government representatives, agricultural cooperatives, financial institutes, international organizations, and service providers are invited to participate in the event.
Participants will learn about best agricultural practices for corn cultivation based on the experiences of the Tim Agro agricultural cooperative. Participants will also learn about corn hybrids from the Fito Semillac Company and plant development, which will assist farmers choose the best hybrid for their own use to maximize output in the upcoming production year. Methodological materials on corn cultivation will be also provided during the demonstration. Farmers will receive personal consultations from the head of Tim Agro agricultural cooperative and representatives of the Fito Semillac Company, which will have staff on-hand from its offices in Spain and Turkey to answer questions. The event will also feature a display of working machinery demonstrations, including John Deere and Claas Orion tractors, Claas Dominator combines, and mounted agricultural machinery from Kunh, Amazone, Berko, and BioStar, and specialists will be available to discuss the advantages of new agricultural machinery and improvements in corn cultivation.
All interested journalists are invited to the event. For more information please contact KAED Public Outreach Coordinator Jyldyz Niyazalieva at: (312) 976692 or firstname.lastname@example.org
KAED is one of many assistance projects supported by the American people through USAID. For more information about USAID programs, please visit our web-site at: http://www.usaid.gov/kyrgyz-republic or Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/USAIDKyrgyzRepublic
Last updated: December 31, 2014