Today I found an interesting report about agriculture in
The cultivation will start from 2010 and the project is going to start very soon. In the west part of the country, the plantation will be carried out mainly but land from the whole country will be brought under project. It is a project worth of US $30 million and it has its benefits and challenges.
I feel that there are some benefits of the project. The first and immediate benefit that I can see is that it will ensure better utilization of land. One good aspect of the country is that its population is not that much and it still has some barren land. So, utilization of land is very important in the country. Utilization of land will result into bringing more money for the farmers and the government will also get some more revenue.
Hazelnuts will be exported and thus it will help the government to get some foreign currency. Here, I like to inform you that the main aspect of Bhutanese economy is that most people are farmers and they are dependant on their land. The country’s economy is totally dependant on agriculture, tourism and hydro electricity export. So, if hazelnuts are exported then it will also contribute in improving the life of the common people. I am also happy for another thing. This is perhaps for the first time a new approach of cultivation has been taken into consideration in
I am worried for certain things. First of all, it is a very large project in
Well, I feel that modernization is a must for