Agricultural Officer

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Agricultural Officer

An employee of the Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development in the European Union who provides technical expertise for the Department's operations.
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Before I retired for the night he promised to give me a letter to a nearby agricultural officer who would help me on my way to Zodanga, which he said, was the nearest Martian city.
According to the agriculture minister, the center will translate the science based research results for practical application, engage farmers, students and agricultural officers in transferring knowledge by providing reliable information, improved agricultural practices to help the public generate enough income to support their respective families.
Consequently, from 2015-17, provide guidance to agricultural officers at the Agriculture Division on breeding techniques to establish nurseries at three different locations for a total areas of 7.
Agricultural officers, who are specialists in how to cultivate the land to produce crops, breed animals and keep bees will perform the training.
Hajj Hassan, who kicked off the conference, was accompanied by his adviser Sallah Hajj Hassan and the director general of the Lebanese Agricultural Research Institute Michel Frem who moderated a workshop attended by industrialists and agricultural officers in Lebanon.
According to Gustafson [24], agricultural officers are assumed to make loan approval decision based upon an objective of utility maximization.
Four years after Judge Manchester left the crofthouse two agricultural officers investigated and said the croft and the house were not being used on a day-to-day basis.
This was stated by the Provincial Minister for Agriculture, Wildlife, Forests and Cooperatives Malik Ahmed Ali Aulakh while presiding a meeting of agricultural Officers.
I applaud such timely advice from Mr James who is in regular contact with the Welsh agricultural officers of the leading banks.
Japanese agricultural experts later visited the target area to carry out a feasibility study and Myanmar agricultural officers were invited to Japan for training.
These projects comprise five main areas of focus: The introduction of simple but proven technology to small scale farmers; the evaluation of these techniques by the farmer himself on his farm; the provision of high-yielding seeds and fertiliser on credit, which the farmer must pay off after harvest; supplying operational assistance and training to agricultural officers from within the country; and, finally, encouraging African Governments and aid agencies to improve agricultural technology and food marketing systems.
So far 34,750 farmers, 950 agricultural officers and extension workers, and 375 traders and exporters have been trained for quality improvement of spices in different states in India.
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