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Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries set to install pressurized irrigation system on 1330 acres of land in Bernard Lodge St Catherine.

Calling Farmers | February 20, 2020
There is a new agricultural sub division in Bernard Lodge St Catherine where 1330 acres of land will be put under production. The land will be divided into 60 plots and leased to interested farmers. State Minister in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Floyd Green says farmers in the area will benefit from a number of services to get them started. Press play to get further details.
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Producer: Andrae Palmer
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