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April 27th, 2016 / The Ethiopian Herald

thumb.aspx Youth farmers involved in multiplying drought and rust resistant new wheat seed variety are benefitting. Minaleh Agegnew, in his late 20s, is a resident of Kurmi Georgis Kebele of rural Gojam. He is landless. Together with his friends he rent a farmland at a cost of 3,000 Birr and started multiplying the improved wheat seed. They are engaged in crop production using Koga irrigation project. Minaleh has been buying seeds from the project and multiply it and sell it to seed enterprise. He has proved that working with agriculture professionals is advantageous. Read more