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Close Lobster Season Fine Breach

Calling Farmers | April 3, 2017
The fine for catching lobster during the close season is 3 million dollars.
Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
Producer: Anjuii James-Sawyers
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Irish Potatoes are one of the most popular vegetables in Jamaica. They are used to make many popular Jamaican dishes like soups, French fries, salads and so much more. Listen in as Rural Agriculture Development Authority (RADA) extension officer Joel Pryce shares some tips about how to plant the perfect Irish Potato on today’s edition of Calling Farmers.
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Calling Farmers | May 21, 2019
The tourism sector is booming, welcoming over 4 million visitors to the island for 2 years running. This presents a huge opportunity for farmers, as the sector shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon.
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Calling Farmers | May 21, 2019
Several farmers in St Elizabeth recently benefited from drip irrigation equipment, courtesy of the Jamaica social investment fund (JSIF).  Stay tuned as Dennis Elliot and Merline Williams talk about the impact these systems are having on their operations on today’s edition of Calling Farmers.
Presenter: Andrae Palmer
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Calling Farmers | May 20, 2019
The Ministry of Agriculture is encouraging young Jamaicans to come up with innovative solutions to tackle the issue of climate change. So if you are young, creative and interested in the agriculture sector today’s calling farmers is just for you.
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Calling Farmers | May 20, 2019
Several farmers in Southfield and Bull Savannah St Elizabeth now have the means to water their crops consistently with well-needed drip irrigation equipment.
Presenter: Andrae Palmer
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Calling Farmers | May 20, 2019
After harvesting a crop, deciding what to plant next is very important. Many farmers replant the same crop, but others opt to rotate the crop and plant something new. On today’s edition of Calling Farmers, we share the benefits of rotating your crop on your farm.
Presenter: Andrae Palmer
Producer: Andrae Palmer