Going organic could help Myanmar raise value of crops

There is real potential to develop an organic farming market in Myanmar. This could boost the value of crops that are produced for export, and in turn boost the standard of living for farmers in the country.

As it stands, Myanmar’s farmers already use fewer chemical pesticides and fertilisers than many of the country’s neighbours. However, the sector is reluctant to definitively move into the organic market due to high costs of transport and infrastructure.

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