Agricultural Experiment at Mean Chey University

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Three kinds of safe vegetables, cabbage, park choi, and callaloo, under an experiment of Agriculture students at Mean Chey University, are now 13 days old. From Day 10 of planting, the students collected primary data on planting in the greenhouse and planting on normal land (outside of greenhouse), and the data shows that the three vegetables grew in the greenhouse are higher, healthier, and better than those planted outside. The ones planted in the greenhouse are highly likely unaffected by pests. If you, as the citizens, educators, or civil servants, would like to learn about the techniques and how to grow these vegetables, please directly contact the Agricultural Expert Group of Mean Chey University or at 012 706 001. Thank you

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