The primary consignment of nano nitrogen liquid fertilizers from India arrived on the Bandaranaike Worldwide Airport in Katunayake early at present (20).
The consignment of 100,000 litres was introduced onboard a SriLankan Airways A330 – 300 flight (UL 1156) and is the primary of the three.1 million litres of nano fertilizers that’s to be imported to Sri Lanka.
500,000 litres are to be imported this week.
In a Tweet, the Indian Excessive Fee in Colombo mentioned that the ‘arrival of the primary consignment of nano fertilizers from India is yet one more occasion of our resolve to face with Sri Lanka in instances of pressing want and a vivid instance of the colourful and mutually useful partnership between the 2 sides.’
‘Wanting ahead to a stronger and larger partnership with Sri Lanka in agriculture and fertilizers as we work collectively to construct a cleaner and greener future,’ it provides.
The inventory of liquid fertiliser might be distributed to farmers by way of Agrarian Centres within the Ampara, Batticaloa and Trincomalee District the place paddy cultivation has already commenced for the Maha season.
A number of ministers and officers together with Minister of Commerce – Bandula Gunawardena, State Minister of Agriculture – Shashindra Rajapaksa, State Minister of Civil Aviation and Export Improvement – DV Chanaka, Secretary to the Ministry of Agriculture – Prof. Udith Jayasinghe, Director Common of the Ministry of Agriculture – Dr. H.S. Ajantha de Silva, Chairman of the Colombo Business Fertilizer – Methsiri Gunawardena and the corporate’s common supervisor – Dr. Jagath Wijeratne had arrived on the airport for the handover of the inventory.