Tag Archives: Saboto Ceasar

Basic Needs Trust Fund LAUNCH

The Basic Needs Trust Fund, BNTF, will launch its 9th Programme at a ceremony to be held at the NIS Conference Centre tomorrow. The ceremony will be held under the theme: Partnering Against Poverty and will hear remarks from Minister of Agriculture Forestry Fisheries Rural Transformation Industry and Labour, Saboto Ceasar, and Minister of Finance,… Continue Reading →

Marijuana Consultations

Minister of Agriculture, Saboto Ceasar, said the government is officially moving ahead with plans for the establishment of a Medicinal Marijuana Industry in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Minister Caesar made the announcement in a statement to the media on Tuesday about the Government’s plans for this new emerging industry. He said a national committee… Continue Reading →

Fertilizers For Banana Farmers

Banana Farmers across the country have begun receiving Fertilizer from the Ministry of Agriculture, as part of the Banana Accompanying Measures, or BAM Project. The distribution process was preceded by a short ceremony held at the La Croix Palletization Plant yesterday. Koroma Browne, Head of the Banana Services Unit in the Ministry of Agriculture, gave… Continue Reading →

Saboto Phyto Sanitary

The government of Mexico is expected to provide technical assistance to local agricultural officials through the provision of phyto-sanitary equipment to detect pest and diseases at the various ports of entry. Saboto Ceasar, Minister of Agriculture, said this follows the signing of a cooperation agreement between the Inter-American Institute on Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) and… Continue Reading →

The Ministery of Agriculture continues to see signs of improvement in the agricultural sector.

Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Saboto Ceasar, said the agricultural sector continues to see signs of improvement in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He made the point during his contribution to the debate on the 2016 Appropriation Bill, amounting to 912.9 Million dollars, which is being presented in Parliament. Minister Ceasar quoted statistics, which… Continue Reading →