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MOAC to organise National Farmers’ Forum at SIMA ASEAN Thailand 2018
Friday, 16 March, 2018, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
The ministry of agriculture and cooperatives (MOAC) is organising the National Farmers’ Forum at SIMA ASEAN Thailand 2018, which is slated to take place at IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Centre, Bangkok, Thailand, between June 6 and 8, 2018.

The three-day seminar will be a comprehensive knowledge-sharing platform for Thailand’s agriculture industry, and is expected to be attended by over 3,000 farmers, heads of cooperatives, dealers and distributors (i e at least 1,000 attendees a day).

“With the strong support of MOAC’s National Farmers Forum and other activities onsite, SIMA ASEAN is cemented as the all-in-one agri-business trade platform in Southeast Asia,” said Loy Joon How, general manager, IMPACT Exhibition Management Co, Ltd.

National Farmers’ Forum
The National Farmers’ Forum features key speakers, including Wiwat Salyakamthorn, deputy minister, MOAC.

Highlights of the forum include Khok Nhong Nha the King Rama IX farm management project, which applies lessons learnt from King Rama IX to land and water usage for farms and the innovations in Thailand’s agriculture scene.

MOAC exhibition showcase
SIMA ASEAN presents an exhibition showcase featuring all 11 departments under MOAC, giving visitors a comprehensive overview of the entire agriculture landscape in Thailand.

These departments include:

  • Department of Agriculture
  • Department of Agriculture Extension
  • Rice Department
  • Royal Irrigation Department
  • Department of Livestock Development
  • Land Development Department
  • Agricultural Land Reform Office
  • Department of Fisheries
  • Department of Cooperatives Promotion
  • The Queen Sirikit Department of Sericulture
  • The Agricultural Research Development Agency (Public Organisation)

Farm exhibition showcase
This feature led by MOAC, showcases the ideal farm model with farming machines and technologies focusing on the main economic crops of Thailand - rice, sugarcane and corn. Visitors at this showcase will learn the best agricultural practices, as well as the application of techniques, technology and machinery.
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