Promotion of organic farming should be emphasized by famers to minimize chemical effects on humans, Mr. Elisha Sibalingana, the project Coordinator for Association of Rwenzori Communities in Kasese has said.
Speaking to Kasese guide Radio shortly after a one day training at Mubuku town council hall yesterday, Mr. Sibalingana said lives were at stake especially by farmers who spray crops and later take them to the market for consumption the flowing say.
He reasons that going organic would minimize the use of chemicals on mainly food crops to minimize diseases. Mr. Sibalingana speaking….
Mr. Yowasi Masereka from Kabarole district like others trainees described organic farming as a key factor that should collectively be promoted to protect lives. Mr. Yowasi and others speaking……..
Hon. Elijah Okechi, the Kasese district councilor representing Mubuku town council hailed the association for what he called a timely training that should include among others, cash crops like coffee that have been targeted for world consumption.
The two days training attracted framers from Ntoroko, Kabarole, Bundibujyo and Kasese district. END