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Sallieu Sesay: Bad times ahead of Planting Season as... Fertilizer shortage hits Agric Ministry

The Ministry of Agriculture is currently faced with the challenge of providing fertilizers for the second application, which will subsequently affect the planting season.

So far, 36, 000 bags of fertilizers have been supplied to farmers for the first application, which were procured by the Government.

One of President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma's greatest recovery priorities is increasing production and productivity in the agriculture sector. The absence of fertilizers to boost agricultural production will soon hinder the sector if urgent measures are not taken by the Government of Sierra Leone and major partners like the World Bank. Investigations conducted by this Press have so far revealed that the country needs 155, 000 bags annually for three applications in a planting season.

It can be recalled that the World Bank Executive Director for Sierra Leone, Dr. Louis Rene Peter Larose, during his visit to the country committed the Bank's continuous support to the country. Now that the country is desperately in need of support in the agriculture sector, the Ministry is calling on the Bank and other donors to intervene immediately so as to bit.ly/2c1X067 (1 day ago)
Bad times ahead of Planting Season as... Fertilizer shortage hits Agric Ministry

The Ministry of Agriculture is currently faced with the challenge of providing fertilizers for the second application, which will subsequently affect the planting season.

So far, 36, 000 bags of fertilizers have been supplied to farmers for the first application, which were procured by the Government.

One of President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma's greatest recovery priorities is increasing production and productivity in the agriculture sector. The absence of fertilizers to boost agricultural production will soon hinder the sector if urgent measures are not taken by the Government of Sierra Leone and major partners like the World Bank. Investigations conducted by this Press have so far revealed that the country needs 155, 000 bags annually for three applications in a planting season.

It can be recalled that the World Bank Executive Director for Sierra Leone, Dr. Louis Rene Peter Larose, during his visit to the country committed the Bank's continuous support to the country. Now that the country is desperately in need of support in the agriculture sector, the Ministry is calling on the Bank and other donors to intervene immediately so as to bit.ly/2c1X067


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