25 metric tons of fertilizer reaches Bhairawa
KATHMANDU: A consignment of DAP fertilizer has arrived in Bhairahawa nearly one month after the rice planting season. The first consignment of the fertilizer imported by Agriculture Inputs Company Limited has been brought from Orrisa, India. This is the first phase this year that the fertilizer has been brought here.
The company stated that 25 metric tonnes of DAP fertilizer each has arrived in Bhairahawa and Birgunj.
Although the fertilizer had reached the customs six days ago, it entered Nepal only on Sunday due to the lack of required documents. The Indian Potash Limited was given the responsibility of bringing the fertilizer.
Manager of the company’s Bhairahawa branch office, Sanjaya Kumar Sribastav said the fertilizer would be supplied to all the districts of the Lumbini Zone, Syangja district and all districts of the Mid-west and the Far-west regions. RSS
Published Date: Sunday, July 29th, 2012 | 10:46 PM