28 January 2013

Angola: Peasants Called to Use New Technologies in Coffee Plantation

Uíge — The need for the peasants to materialize new technologies in coffee plantation for the relaunching of the production has been defended, Angop has learnt.

The stand belongs to the head of department with the National Institute of Coffee (INCA), in Uije, Vasco Gonçalves, during a field activity held in some farms, in Mucaba Municipality.

He said Inca will continue assisting peasants in training from field schools, to improve coffee production foment, in Uije province.

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