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Khattar to inaugurate new research and development center at Dhanuka tomorrow SEDI News

New Delhi, Nov 3 (PTI) Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar will inaugurate a new research and development center set up by leading agrochemical company- Dhanuka Agritech at Palwal on November 4. This center will help farmers to take advantage of new technology including making them aware about the changing climate and new challenges related to agriculture.

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Addressing a press conference organized on the occasion, RG Agarwal, Chairman, Dhanuka Group said, “It is the endeavor of the company to make the farmers aware of scientific and research based best practices in agriculture. We will continue to strive to help farmers increase their productivity and income through advanced technologies such as drones and precision.

He said, “A cost of Rs 10 crore has been incurred to set up this center which will be inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Haryana. This center will also prove to be an effective platform for policy-makers and scientists, who will be able to benefit the farmers and the entire agriculture sector by giving the right advice.

He said that the effort of the company is to set up more such facilities in the coming times.

This research and development center will have organic synthesis laboratory, formulation laboratory, water and soil testing laboratory, agricultural research and development laboratory, botanical laboratory, bio-pesticide laboratory, biogas laboratory, insect rearing laboratory and training centre.

In the inaugural ceremony, Minister of State for Power and Heavy Industries, Government of India, Krishan Pal Gurjar, Haryana Agriculture Minister JP Dalal, Palwal MLA Deepak Mangla, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University Vice Chancellor Dr B Kamboj, Maharana Pratap Horticulture University Vice Chancellor Professor Samar Singh Be present.

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