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Cambodia and Myanmar: IRRI conducts training course on fan testing

posted Jul 12, 2012, 12:06 AM by Reianne Quilloy ‎(IRRI)‎
Postharvest technologies are being adapted at an increasing rate in Cambodia and Myanmar. To ensure the sustainability and success of the dryer technology, the ADB-funded IRRI Postharvest Project is conducting a training on fan testing at the Department of Agricultural Machinery (DAM) of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries (MAFF), in Phnom Penh. 

Myanmar partners of the Irrigated Rice Research Consortium Postproduction Workgroup also flew in to join the training, which runs throughout this week (9-13 July). Most of the participants came from Cambodia’s agriculture department. 

The opening ceremony was graced by Chan Saruth, DAM director, and Meas Pyseth, MAFF international programs coordinator. 

IRRI's Pat Borlagdan, mechanization and postharvest expert, is conducting the training.

Story from IRRI Bulletin. Posted by Maria Leah Cruz
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