“The SRP is extremely relevant because they are scientific knowledge that are based on weather patterns and necessary for food security,” he said, adding that the prediction would help the Ministry to start its activities early, advise farmers across the nation when and what to plant. “It will help us get prepared so that we can get our food and habitat secured to avoid what happened during the flooding last year,” he said.
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