LARKANA - Trading Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP), in collaboration with District Government Larkana organized a seminar on Best Practices in Rice Cultivation and Harvesting at a local hotel on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion Director General TDAP Regional Office Sindh Bashir Ahmad Shaikh said that the aim of the seminar was to impart the growers with the knowledge about modern methods in cultivation of rice which increases per acre yield of the crop and to apprise them about the export procedures of Irri-6 rice. He said that Irri-6 rice were produced in profusion in this area and advised the growers to follow the specifications of TDAP so that more and more Irri-6 rice could be exported to other countries, which in return would benefit the growers of the crop. Bashir Ahmed Shaikh said that TDAP was trying to provide maximum technical know-how to the growers of the rice crop to help them increase per acre yield of the crop. He informed that, besides agriculture, TDAP was also working in various other sectors of the economy including Textile Engineering and Mines and Minerals Services. On the occasion, Vice President Sindh Abadgar Board and Founder Sindh Balochistan Rice Miller Association Gada Hussain Mahesar, while appreciating the efforts of TDAP and Ministry of Culture in organizing the seminar, advised that such seminars should also be held in other villages and towns of the province so that more and more growers of the rice crop are provided knowledge about increasing the produce of their crop. President Sindh Hari Abadgar Board Abdul Majeed Shaikh, while addressing the seminar, shared his experience with the participants about the modern methods of rice cultivation and harvest, and advised growers to adopt such cutting edge techniques in the crop cultivation to enhance their produce. Abdul Rehman, Imdad Ali Soho, Siraj Rashidi and M Anwar also spoke on the occasion and presented their points of view in this regard. The seminar was attended by DDO Revenue Ameer Ali Abro, representatives of growers, rice millers and Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Ghulam Murtaza Shaikh, Ghulam Shabir Sethar and other concerned officers.