Agrochemicals Policy Group to take its campaign to next stage

January 2007
Chemical Business;Jan2007, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p75
Trade Publication
The article reports on the campaign plans of the Agrochemicals Policy Group (APG) with regard to its campaign on safe and judicious use of pesticides. Over 400 members of the Federation of Non-Governmental Organizations in Rural India (CNRI) were trained by the APG on pesticide application technology. According to S. Kumarasamy, Chairman of the APG, the Group has covered nine States including Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Tamil Nadu to promote the concept on safe and judicious application of pesticides using the CNRI.


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