Chinese Ambassador to Central Africa Chen Dong was invited to the President's farm to grow mushrooms - 2021-10-28 15:57:09
At the invitation of President Touadera of the Central African Republic, Chinese Ambassador to The CENTRAL African Republic Chen Dong, political Counselor Shan Chenglin, Business counselor Gao Tiefeng and the Chinese fungus and grass expert group went to the farm of President Damara's hometown, which is 70 kilometers away from the capital, to plant fungus bags with the president. The president's wife Tina, Minister of State and Chief of Staff of the President's Office Namsio, presidential information adviser Mok Pang and other welcome at the farm.
President Touadera said the fungus project has a low input, high output and quick results. The mushrooms produced are delicious and nutritious, and are deeply loved by the Chinese and African people. China and Africa sincerely appreciate China's technical assistance on fungus.
Later, President Tuadera and Ambassador Chen Dong planted mushrooms together in the farm. Under the guidance of Chinese fungus and grass experts, the two men levelled the soil inside the fungus shed, buried the fungus bags and watered the soil.
Fungus fungus is a mushroom cultivation technology originally developed by Professor Lin Zhanxi of Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University. It has the advantages of less investment, more output and quick effect, which helps to promote poverty reduction, increase employment and improve food security. It has been promoted to many overseas countries and achieved remarkable social and economic benefits.
Since its launch in March 2019, the Project has carried out technical publicity, personnel training, production lines and demonstration villages, and tried to promote it to other provinces. The Central African government and people speak highly of the delicious mushrooms harvested by local people in both drought and rain seasons