Army worm victims given inputs

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Government has completed the distribution of farming inputs to small scale farmers whose fields were affected by army worms.

Agriculture Minister Emmanuel Chenda said the army worms had been successfully controlled and it was safe for the farmers to plant their fields again. Chenda thanked all the stakeholders who had contributed to the fight against the army worms and urged agriculture officers to step up
aerial warning systems.

He said the government had responded promptly to the occurrence and hence the worms were quickly controlled.

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One Response to Army worm victims given inputs

  1. Ma rubbish, I’ve never seen a cow with blue horns. Are those army horns or what pilizi?? Is that guy a Taliban with a head band?

    1. I have never seen that type of a plough in my entire life, am 42 years old now. Is it also meant for controlling Army worms
    2. That’s not how we put a yoke on cows. We use chikeyi a chitolopo
    3. We don’t put wires around the cow’s mouth as if we’re weeding, where the maize is now reaching knee height.

    This kind of ploughing where you’re leaving grass, I can assure you Army worms are coming for your maize even before it shoots. Why even plough where there used to be a gravel road anyway???!!!!!

    WHAOOO, LOOKS LIKE THIS GUY IS WEEDING, BUT WHAT? WHAT TYPE OF DEVICE IS HE USING ANYWAY AND WHICH COUNTRY IS THIS???

    Get us real pictures guys from Southern we’re not foolish.

    Merry Xmas

    judgement day
    December 27, 2012 at 7:45 pm
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