Five-day training programme on horticulture crops organized by Central Institute of Horticulture (CIH), Medziphema in collaboration with the office of the District Horticulture Officer (DHO), Peren concluded on March 10.
Central Institute of Horticulture training in-charge Shisarenla Aier, spoke on the initiatives of CIH and lauded the state department for the timely action taken for coordination and successful conclusion of the said training programme.
In his keynote address, DHO Peren, Eyongol Natso, highlighted the importance of oyster mushroom, kiwifruit and king chilli which were high valued crops and could bring a lot of income generation to the rural livelihood.
Main resource persons during the training programme were (DK), Horti officer Peren, Senti Longchar and horticulture extension assistant Takosunep.
More than 250 participants were registered during the training programme from Old Tesen village, New Tesen, Government Higher Secondary School (GHSS) Jalukie and Bright Morning Star Orphanage Home.