Bernama-Government allows farmers to cultivate idle land for agriculture

Malaka, July 16 (Bernama)-Farmers are allowed to engage in agricultural activities on government-owned idle land, especially to grow cash crops, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Sulaiman Md Ali.

He said the development of fallow land could increase Malacca’s agricultural production, thereby ensuring adequate food supply to accommodate the population.

“Using idle land for agriculture was one of the issues previously discussed at the Prime Minister’s meeting, chaired by Prime Ministers Menteri Besar and Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

“That’s why I asked the land mining offices in the three districts to pay attention to this and allow stakeholders to cultivate the land and grow crops,” he said today here in Ayer Keroh. I told the group.

Previously, Slyman attended the 2022 Farmers, Breeders and Fishermen’s Day (HPPN) celebration, and was also attended by Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry 1, Datuxeria Humadhamza.

Over 10,000 visitors attended the three-day program entitled “Agriculture Catalyzes Malaysia’s Family Economy” with 92 exhibitors from all over Malacca.

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