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Plants Clinic Campaign



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Farmers are the first than all in the production and consumption process. In order to increase the production to meet the demand for ever increasing population, farmers are using all available resources in this production process whatever they have either natural, physical, social or knowledge resources. With passes of time, commercialization in agriculture increased many folds which increased both production and productivity. In course of commercialization, farmers are using different inputs into production system like improved seeds, chemical fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides and so on however farmers are facing numerous problems in their production system. Most importantly, plant health related problems increased significantly lading to loss of production and productivity. Farmers of developed countries have access to technology but those of developing and underdeveloped countries are facing numerous constraints to increase production level and productivity. Very poor or unavailability of technical service is the first major problem facing by the farmers of developing regions. Farmers of rural area of Nepal represent the same group who are deprived from proper technical services especially on plant health service system in proper diagnosis of problem and appropriate solution to prevent and cure the problem. Considering the above fact, an innovative approach for providing better plant health service has been started nine developing and less developed countries. Nepal became the 9th country to introduce and implement this concept. Concept of plant clinic was introduced by World Vision International Nepal for the first time in Nepal in December 2008. In this concept, farmers brought their problem samples to the clinic station where plant doctors diagnose the problem and provide suitable recommendation to the farmers.

HIMBOAG-Nepal to implement this concept as effectively, affordable way and reasonable method in poor and deprived communities. We calling those person and organization that are interesting in this subject matter and promoting in a sustainable basis.