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Recent News


Quinoa trials likely this September

Quinoa trials likely for September Trials to ascertain which areas in Guyana are conducive for the production of Quinoa are likely to commence this September. The National Agricultural Research and Extension InstituteRead More...
By : Keeran Danny | Aug 3, 2017

Chemical Distribution

NAREI continues to assist farmers in reducing the Red Palm Mite population. The institute recently visited Hogg Island where several farmers were trained on how to identify and properly treat infected palms.Read More...
By : Keeran Danny | Aug 2, 2017

Private investment

  Massive organic farm being developed at St. Lawrence Sabina Farms, situated in St. Lawrence, East Bank Essequibo, is being developed as a large-scale modern self-sustainable organic farm. Thus far, 20 acresRead More...
By : Keeran Danny | Apr 29, 2017

Community-based Early Warning System

  Equipping farming communities to mitigate effects of natural disasters Community-based Early Warning System being developed  The Community-based Early Warning System is being developed to help communities respond promptly to natural disasters,Read More...
By : Keeran Danny | Apr 4, 2017

Irish Potato Trials

NAREI, PROPEL take Irish Potato trials to Santa Fe, Little BiabooT Training being conducted at Santa Fe Five different varieties of Irish potatoes will be cultivated on trial at Santa Fe MegaRead More...
By : Keeran Danny | Jan 31, 2017

The use of inocula

An Opportunity for Legume Farmers to Reduce Urea Fertilizers in Cultivations In Guyana, legumes are consumed on a daily basis. Bora, black-eye, red-peas, pigeon peas and beans appear on Guyanese plates everyRead More...
By : Keeran Danny | Nov 8, 2016

Woodley Park Farmers’ Group adapts climate-smart practices

Woodley Park Farmers’ Group adapts climate-smart practices   Residential yards converted into small farms producing cash crops such as eschalot, celery, and peppers is a common sight in many West Coast Berbice,Read More...
By : Keeran Danny | Oct 25, 2016

Mangroves Restoration

   Revival of mangrove forest at Better Hope underway   Approximately, 12,000 black mangrove seedlings are being planted along Better Hope, East Coast Demerara foreshore. The planting exercise, which aims to regenerate 450mRead More...
By : Keeran Danny | Aug 23, 2016