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Tashi Gyalmo
Works as a Researcher under the Horticulture Sector of Research & Development Centre for Organic Agriculture.
Works as a Researcher under the Horticulture Sector of Research & Development Centre for Organic Agriculture.

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The Bhutanese Obsession with Chili - How climate change will impact its cultivation in 2050?
Datshi'; Bhutanese chili cheese curry would top the list of favorite dish. The
Bhutanese obsession with chili stems from the fact that it is deeply
ingrained in our culture. Parents would assign their children the first sign of
growth and bravery to be...

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My Tale of Life (Part-II)
In continuation to My
Tale of Life (Part-I) She
now realized why her mother always insisted her on going somewhere far from
home. She could vividly remember her saying, “Actually, I feel so much relieved
and happy to have you around with me, but you will fi...

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Evaluation of Bio-fertilizers on Cauliflower Productivity
1. Background. The center resorted to undertake this research trial as such
initiatives are felt mandatory if we are to achieve our nation's steadfast
mission of going organic by the year 2020. It is also geared towards finding
means of replacing our curren...

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Get to Know Your Plant/Crop Better
§      You
have sown your seeds in the freezing chillness of the December month. Remember,
your extraneous covering of blankets & clothes are still intact
over the poly-tunnel. And you might be wondering when and how should you
go on about removing the prot...

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Try Tray Nursery Raising & Reap its Advantages
NR in plug trays

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Tips for nursery raising under polytunnel
As a part of the annual farmers training,

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Change in chilli climatic suitability
crop modelling

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Sanam Drubdrey-Agriculture Progress Report 2016
In accordance to the request letter (TAPT/Gen/15/3)
forwarded by the President of the Tensung Amsu Phendey Tshogpa (TAPT), a team
from Research & Development Center for Organic Agriculture (RDC-OA) set off
from Yuispang to Royal Bhutan Army Camp, Damthang o...

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