GMOA requests public to plant moringa at homes
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The Government Medical Officers Association has requested the public to plant a moringa sapling in all households.
Chairman Dr. Anuruddha Padeniya speaking at a media briefing said the development of moringa as an expert crop can contribute to the appreciation of the rupee.
Dr. Padeniya said the plant could be grown as a meal for vegans in the country as well.
The GMOA Chairman said the export of the vegetable can help gain foreign revenue.
(Source: News Radio)
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Dear Friend, did you get the contract for importing a couple of million moringa seedlings from Australia?
They will all die within days just like the cattle that was imported from Australia.