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Field staff prepare a hazelnut tree for grafting at Chaskhar, Mongar (file photo)
Field staff prepare a hazelnut tree for grafting at Chaskhar, Mongar (file photo)

Grafting improves hazelnut production 

Looking after one and a half acres of hazelnut trees for the last six years in Kidheykhar, Mongar, Tshewang Zangmo’s experience was no different from the rest of the farmers in the country.

The wait to produce the nut at a large scale would continue for another two to three years until pollinizer trees that were grafted as part of large scale grafting programme start producing the required pollen.

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