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Reducing losses in fennel crops in training for Assiut farmers in Egypt

Abiu
Fennel
Vegetables
Egypt
Innovation & Technology
Published Feb 11, 2024

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The Agricultural Crops Export Council and the German Agency for International Cooperation GIZ have launched a training program for crop producers in Assiut Governorate, Egypt. The program, focused on the fennel crop, aims to increase productivity and reduce losses through improved cultivation methods, optimal use of pesticides, and post-harvest treatments. The initiative is designed to raise awareness among producers of medicinal and aromatic plants about good agricultural practices and product safety, thereby facilitating access to foreign markets.
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The Agricultural Crops Export Council, in cooperation and coordination with the German Agency for International Cooperation GIZ, represented by the Agricultural Innovation Project, organized a training program entitled “Ways to increase productivity and reduce losses in the fennel crop” for a number of crop producers in the Abnoub Center in Assiut Governorate. Dr. Sabri Al-Shami - Post-harvest Transactions Consultant in the Agricultural Innovation Project, and Dr. Muhammad Abbas Salem - Food Safety Systems Consultant in the Agricultural Innovation Project, reviewed a number of important points, most notably cultivation methods, optimal use of pesticides, and post-harvest treatments for the fennel crop. Dr. Mohamed Abdel Wahab - Professor of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants at the Desert Research Center, Consultant of the Agricultural Innovation Project, on the sidelines of the training, carried out a number of follow-up visits to the fennel fields to monitor the ...
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