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VEGETABLES & INDIGENOUS FRUIT SHOW & COMPETITIONS
Shillong, Oct. 11. Shillong: Rural Resource and Training Centre (RRTC), Umran, participated in the ''Vegetable & Indigenous Fruit Show & Competition'' on the 4th October, 2018 at All Saints' Cathedral Hall, Shillong, organized by District Horticulture Officer, East Khasi Hills in collaboration with the Project Director, ATMA, East Khasi Hills, Shillong, Meghalaya.
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RRTC, Umran displayed its farm products in the 'Vegetable & Indigenous Fruit Show' where many visitors/people in the show got attracted and appreciated with its display/showcase of various kinds of produce available with RRTC. The main attractions of the programme were the Competition of the farmers and their stalls on various Agricultural products, besides, there were talks and discussions from Allied Departments, Awareness Programme, Farmer-Scientist Interactions, display and sale of farm equipments, farm produce of the farmers and office/institutes.

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