Angola: Calenga Commune Harvests Over 180,000 Tons of Agricultural Products

Caála — Over 180,000 tons of agricultural products were harvested between January and November this year, in Calenga commune, central Huambo Province, in an extension of 12,000 hectares, ANGOP has learnt.

Calenga's administrator, Lutodinadio Manuel Ntima, said that 7,000 peasant families participated in the harvest campaign and planted produces such as potatoes, beans, soya, onion, tomato, garlic, among others.

The products will be traded in the provinces of Benguela, Luanda, Lunda-Norte and Lunda-Sul.

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