BIRGUNJ:- A total of 52 thousand metric tonnes of urea fertilizer imported from Bangladesh has arrived in Nepal.
The amount of the urea fertilizer purchased via government to government (G to G) model has been received at the Agriculture Implements Company Province Office Birgunj, Biratnagar and Bhairahawa, said Birgunj office chief Gorakhnath KC.
KC added that the fertilizer importing process delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic and its effect.
He added that farmers will not have to face fertilizer shortage in this farming season with the arrival of additional consignment of fertilizer from Bangladesh.
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