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  • The 4th Rhododendron festival

    The Department of Forests and Park Services in collaboration with communities of Chang, Kawang, Dagala and Toeb geogs will be organising the 4th Annual Rhododendron festival from 15-17th April 2016 at Royal Botanical Park, Lampelri with fund support from the Tourism Council of Bhutan.

    The festival will showcase several interesting programs on different themes like environment, cultural and food. Therefore, you are encouraged to attend and enjoy this exciting event.

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  • Vacancy Announcement

    The Ministry of Agriculture and Forest is pleased to announce vacancy for the post of Farm attendants at the NSBC, Dechenpelrithang, Bumthang and Yak Farm, Haa.

    Sl.No.Name of PostCategoryRequirementAge LimitRemarks
    1Animal AttendantsESP6 Nos.18 – 45Prefer male with educational background
    2Animal AttendantsESP2 Nos.18 – 45Interview will be held at National Center for Riverine & Lake Fisheries, Nyachu, Haa. Preferred male

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  • Vacancy Announcement

    Farm Machinery Corporation Limited (FMCL) has been incorporated under Companies Act of the Kingdom of Bhutan 2000 on 29th March 2016 as a 100% State Owned Enterprise (SOE), with the mandate to provide efficient and cost effective farm mechanization services.

    The Board of Director of FMCL is pleased to announce the vacancy for the post of the Chief Executive Officer.

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  • Distribution of Armyworm pheromone traps for 2016 season

    Pheramon trap
    Pheramon trap

    Dzongkhag Agriculture Officers of Paro, Wangdue, Dagana, Gasa, Trongsa, Punakha, Lhuntse, Pemagastshel and Tsirang.

    With weather conditions becoming more favourable for the armyworm outbreaks (prolonged dry periods followed by heavy rainfall),it is very important to carry out regular monitoring of the armyworm particularly in maize fields and paddy nurseries to assist farmers to implement control measures on time.

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