Agriculture remains top priority in 2015
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The provincial government of Negros Occidental will keep the agriculture sector a top priority in 2015, said Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. The governor said on Tuesday that the province will continue with the agriculture programs in has started in the previous two years. “We will continue with what we have started with the 11- point Negros First agenda like food security, livelihood, health and improvement of the educational system,” Marañon said. He said the province intends to buy high-value crops particularly cacao. The province already ordered 15,000 cacao plants from Davao. It will be available to interested farmers, he said.
Yasa, D. (2015, January 8). Agriculture remains top priority in 2015. The Daily Guardian, p. B1.
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