BVG Agricultural Technology will be used in Ivory Coast: Gaussou Torre
Np News 24 : BVG agricultural technology provides double production of poisonfree farmland. "We will use BVG Agricultural Technology to increase agricultural production in Ivory Coast." said Gaussou Torre, Minister of Agriculture for the Ivory Coast in Africa.
He recently visited the Satara Megafood Park project. He was speaking at an event organized there. Vijaykumar Chole – President of Satara Megafood Park, Sandeep Sharma of NABARD, Deputy Tehsildar Dayanand Kolekar and Sub Divisional Agriculture Officer Mahesh Zende were present on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, Torre said, "We intend to increase the production of poisonfree produce in the Ivory Coast. BVG has begun a movement to produce poisonfree goods in India. On the basis of this, we want to start a movement for the production of non-toxic goods in Ivory Coast too. Production of quality food is being done by processing the farm produce in Megafood Park. The mega food project will create job opportunities in Ivory Coast."
Chole said that the produce needed for the processing industry is purchased from the farmers. Thus, local farmers are also making more profit due to Megafood Park. The demand from all over India for all the products being produced at Megafood Park has increased. BVG has created a role model of
the economy in rural India through Megafood Park. The same model will benefit farmers in Ivory Coast.