The National Agricultural Research Institute is preparing the annual Agricultural Innovations Show for 2009 to be staged at its Sir Alkan Tololo Research Centre at Bubia, Morobe, on May 5.
This will be the third year of this ‘information exchange and knowledge sharing’ event in which partner and collaborating organisations in agricultural and rural development will be invited to display and exhibit their innovations and improved technologies and interact with farmers and the general public.
The theme for this year’s occasion will be ‘Adapting PNG Agriculture to Climate Change’.
All NARI research programmes throughout PNG will demonstrate and disseminate many of their new and improved research innovations, technologies and information.
Among them will be research activities and outputs on food crops, emerging food and cash crops, stallholder livestock and resource management issues.
Farmers will have the opportunity to see live plant specimens and learn from posters and other publications.
For more information contact Seniorl Anzu on email email@example.com .