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    The payment of the dues of the farmers for the marketing of the crop in Al Diwaniyah

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    The payment of the dues of the farmers for the marketing of the crop in Al Diwaniyah Empty The payment of the dues of the farmers for the marketing of the crop in Al Diwaniyah

    Post by rocky Sat 17 Feb 2018, 2:44 am

    The payment of the dues of the farmers for the marketing of the crop in Al Diwaniyah
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    The head of the local union in Diwaniyah Kamel al-Jelahawi said that the farmers were paid the dues of the farmers for marketing the crop for this season. 

    Al-Jleihawi said in a press statement that all the farmers and farmers who were marketing the crop had been invited to review the main governorate silo and the sallow to receive their financial dues 

    . Diwaniya 28.882 tons marketed throughout the province silos and the proportion of marketing the crop for the previous season by 60% despite the water scarcity and low support for farmers.





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