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Egypt: “Central Seed Inspection” monitors strategic crop fields during the Eid holiday

Published Apr 14, 2024

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Under the leadership of Mr. Al-Quseir, Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, the Central Administration for Seed Inspection and Certification in Egypt has ramped up its efforts to monitor seed fields and preparation stations, especially during holidays, to ensure the efficient production of strategic crops like cotton, wheat, maize, and sunflowers. This initiative, aimed at promptly addressing any operational challenges, also includes the regulation of seed exports and imports, with the administration issuing 11 export and 27 import approvals for various crops. Dr. Ahmed Adham, head of the administration, praised the employees' commitment during the vacation period and underscored the ongoing dedication to maintaining high performance standards in support of the agricultural sector and the national economy.
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In implementation of the instructions of Mr. Al-Quseir, Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, to intensify field visits and presence at work sites during vacations and official holidays. The Central Administration for Seed Inspection and Certification monitors the seed fields of strategic crops for seed multiplication for government agencies and companies, especially cotton, wheat, maize, sunflowers, and seed preparation and screening stations in all governorates during the holidays and holidays. Dr. Ahmed Adham, Head of the Central Administration for Seed Inspection and Certification, said that traffic and follow-up have been intensified at all seed preparation stations across the Republic, working to solve any obstacles that hinder the workflow and removing obstacles immediately, and passing through the seed production fields of strategic crops for seed multiplication for government agencies and companies/wheat and cotton. And Levantine corn and sunflowers / and ...
Source: Almalnews
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