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Which of the following can be cited as benefits of the Union Territory’s agriculture-based collaboration with other states?
1, 3 and 4 only
3 and 4 only
1 and 2 only
All of the above
Jammu and Kashmir has signed an agreement with Sikkim to collaborate on training, technology, capacity building and other activities to boost cultivation of saffron and other temperate crops.
The agreement was signed in the presence of J-K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and Governor of Sikkim Ganga Prasad at the Civil Secretariat
In his address, Sikkim governor said the agreement will give a new direction to the efforts for saffron production in Sikkim, besides creating a better understanding of diverse aspects of saffron cultivation and other temperate crops.
Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor said the historic collaboration will strengthen "Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat" initiative of the Prime Minister of India.
Research and technical intervention will bridge the gaps in value addition and supply chain infrastructure and help in reducing high post-harvest loss.
Sikkim being the first organic state in India has the expertise on organic production technologies and certification. The collaboration will immensely help Jammu and Kashmir to provide solutions and policy prescription for the organic farmers in the Union Territory.
The exchange of knowledge, best practices, and technical interventions will go a long way in promoting social and ecological sustainability and economic sustainability in agriculture, horticulture and allied sectors.
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