Vegetable Marketing Study for Semonkong Rural Development Project
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This book assesses the marketing potential for vegetables in the Semonkong research development project. The goals of this development project are to evaluate the marketing and transportation of vegetables in these areas, strengthen growers' associations, invest in communal gardens, and promote storage and pest management techniques. With support, this project can help increase farmer income without making the farmers dependent on outside assistance.
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