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The collaboration between the Horticulture Association of Bhutan and the Bhutan Ecological Society to dispatch orange saplings to the farmers of Chukha Dzongkhag is a significant step towards enhancing the diversity of fruit trees in different regions. By introducing orange saplings to suitable zones, you are not only expanding the range of fruit trees but also promoting agricultural diversity and supporting local farmers.

Diversification of crops is essential for sustainable agriculture as it can improve soil health, mitigate pests and diseases, and provide economic opportunities for farmers. The introduction of orange saplings to Chukha Dzongkhag will likely contribute to the region’s agricultural development and offer farmers a new source of income. It’s great to see organizations working together to promote horticulture and ecological initiatives in Bhutan. This effort towards enhancing fruit tree diversity is a positive step towards achieving a more sustainable and resilient agricultural sector