(NAIS) The Ministry of Agriculture in Isoka, Muchinga province, has started receiving farming inputs for the Farmer Input Support Programme -FISP.

Isoka District Commissioner, JAIRO SIMBEYE says the inputs are meant to benefit over 12,000 small-scale farmers.

Mr SIMBEYE says the early distribution of farming inputs will help farmers to plan for their farming activities in good time.

And Isoka District Agricultural Coordinator MATHEWS MULENGA says so far the area has received over 31,000 by 50 kilogramme bags of D-Compound and Urea fertiliser.

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