Afghan gov’t distributes pistachio saplings to boost agriculture

The distribution process of over 7,000 pistachio saplings to villagers has started in Afghanistan’s northern Samangan province, the country’s Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock announced levitra paiement par maestro on Sunday.

“Horticulturists are expected to receive 7,000 pistachio saplings in Tangi Yaqoub, Faizabad and Talkh villages in Dara-I-Suf Payyan district of Samangan as the distribution has started recently,” the ministry said in a statement.

The program aimed at boosting agriculture, ensuring rural livelihood, buy cialis overnight delivery rural rehabilitation, management of natural resources and prevention of the erosion of earth and flooding in the district heavily subject to the seasonal rainfalls, the ministry said.

The Afghan government has taken measures to invest in agricultural sector to further create job opportunities for people and to boost economy in the land-locked Asian country.