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北京农业职业学院
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The edible fungus planting technology training project cooperated by our institute and Mauritius was announced at the “Belt and Road” International Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum of the Service Trade Fair

On September 5, the “Belt and Road” International Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum were jointly held by the Municipal Friendship Association, the Municipal Bureau of Commerce, the Municipal Association for Science and Technology, and the Beijing Promotion Association in the main venue of the 2020 China International Trade in Services Fair. More than 200 representatives from foreign-friendly organizations, Beijing export-oriented enterprises, capital science and technology associations, and other units attended the meeting. The "Silk Road Family" edible fungus cultivation technology training project jointly launched by our institute, Beijing Agricultural Society, Mauritius Social Service Council, Mauritius Falcon Citizens Union, and Mauritius University Agricultural College was announced at this forum.

This project is selected by the Beijing Agricultural Society and Beijing Agricultural Vocational College to select technical personnel and professional teachers. It is mainly for farmers, agricultural technicians, farmers, and other people who are willing to learn edible fungus planting technology who are members of the Mauritius Falcon Citizens Union to develop edible fungi. Systematic training of planting technology, promotion of edible fungus planting technology in Mauritius, to promote exchanges and cooperation between China and Mauritius in the field of green agriculture, promote the common development of agricultural scientific research in the two countries, and improve the lives of small-scale agricultural growers in Mauritius Level.

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