Strengths and Weaknesses What Do We Need?. “It was a good experience, this is my first time to this kind of activity in farming, and it helps me a lot in increasing my knowledge and skills. The hand planter must be improve base from the previous recommendation and try/test it again .” .
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“It was a good experience, this is my first time to this kind of activity in farming, and it helps me a lot in increasing my knowledge and skills. The hand planter must be improve base from the previous recommendation and try/test it again.”
- Mr. Ghani, of DoiLuangChiangrai, Thailand
“The experience was very rich, the only things that need to be improved is the hand planter tip. Two hand planter tip is recommended by Mr. Somchat, one for tilled and one for unplowed ground. I am excited to do my own research if I have chance just a comparative between using local planter Vs. Hand planter in both tilled area.”
- Mr. SomchatChuwet, of DoiLuangChiangrai, Thailand
“I am happy to work together with the OSU research representative; I learn a lot from the experience was that planting using hand planter is faster than just using local wood as hand planter. It opens my mind about other materials to be use in upland farming. I hope that there is another phase 2 of the research.”
- Mr. Kya Eh, of DoiLuangChiangrai, Thailand