Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson led the turnover on Tuesday, November 16, of Agri-Abanse agricultural and fishery inputs to farmers from the different cities and municipalities of the province, to help them enhance agricultural and fishery productivity, ensure food security and provide livelihood opportunities.
The ceremonial turn over was held at the Negros First Organic Technology Center (NFOTeC) in Brgy. Tabunan, Bago City, this morning.
Lacson said that aiding the farmers and fisherfolks with the opportunity and technology is a step towards the realization of the collective goal to empower and enhance one of the most important sectors of the province – our farmers and fisherfolks.
He also assured the farmers of the provincial government’s support, for them to reach their utmost potential and improve their livelihood.
NFOTeC is managed by the Office of the Provincial Agriculturist led by OIC, Dr. Dina Genzola.
The provincial officials also checked the ongoing NFOTec projects, bamboo nursery, tissue culture laboratory, vermi composting facility, and rice processing complex at the site.*