AGRICULTURE Minister Mtolo Phiri says government has made arrangements with the Ministry of Transport and Logistics for an exemption to be made for fertilizer trucks to move at night to quicken the delivery process. And Phiri has assured that the remaining 43 percent of undistributed fertilizer will be delivered before this month-end. Delivering a ministerial statement, Wednesday, Phiri said farmers across the entire 10 provinces started receiving inputs under the FISP programme on Thursday last week. He said as at November 15, about 80,000 metric tonnes of D Compound and 36,000 metric tonnes of urea fertilizer had been distributed. “Farmers started collecting their inputs on 10th November through the Zambia Integrated Agriculture Management Information Systems managed by Smart Zambia which…...

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