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Trashigang aims to achieve self-sufficiency in winter vegetables

Trashigang aims to achieve self-sufficient in vegetables and supply the surplus, if any, to other dzongkhags in the forthcoming winter.

Dzongkhag agriculture officials expect to harvest about 119 metric tonnes (MT) of chillies, onions and tomatoes from 60 acres between December and March next year. 


Trashigang crawls back to normal

Even as Covid-19 cases in the country have increased to 47, long queue in banks are a common sight in Trashigang town. People found crowding everywhere. On the roads, vehicle numbers have increased.


Vegetables prices shoot up in Trashigang

Prices of vegetables have escalated in Trashigang. 

A kg of local potato, which used to be sold at Nu 25, costs Nu 50. The price of cabbage has doubled to Nu 100 per kg. A kg of beans costs Nu 120, which is a price rise by Nu 20.