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Tiara Oyagawa, 4, of the Lami Christian Academy explores at the agriculture show in Suva.Photo:Kunal Keshneel

People from all walks of life took time out to be part of the 2010 Agriculture Show which concluded at Suvas Vodafone Arena this weekend.

The Agriculture Show, an initiative of the Fiji government with the slogan Feed Fiji first, go local was held for the past four days in the capital, attracting hundreds of visitors and giving them all the relevant information about the agricultural sector.

The theme of the show was: Recognizing the important role that farmers play in the agricultural sector and their contribution to grow Fijis economy.

Fijilive caught up with some exhibitors and visitors at the show who expressed these sentiments:

Olive Ramacake from Grantham Road in Suva rated the show as a big time hit and said she hopes to see a similar show every year.

I have been gardening and selling my pot plants for quite some time now and this show which is one of its kind has really boosted my confidence to do more for the agricultural sector, she said.

We need more shows like this to encourage our locals to grow more for our economy and save money.

An event like this brings all the stakeholders together and it also gives us the opportunity to buy goods that we need to enhance our production at very competitive and reasonable prices.

Another exhibitor, Makereta Gade who sold Fijian artifacts and handicrafts at her stall said the show boosted her business and also gave her a lot of recognition for her work.

We have a stall in the Flea Market as well but the response we have got here is totally different as a lot of people have been to our stall and have actually appreciated our work.

Getting all the people connected in the same field also helps us to foster strong relationship which indeed is beneficial for our long time growth in the industry.

Sheenal Chand from Vatuwaqa who attended the show over two days said she did not mind spending her savings as she was contributing towards the environment, pointing towards the four little pot plants she purchased for her little backyard garden.

This show is very good because it actually makes us more aware about our environment and teaches us techniques and ways in which we can improve our farming and raring skills.

Apisalome Naliva from Veisari, on the outskirts of Suva said he was really amazed with the size of the animals on display at the show.

I did not know that our animals could get to that size, he said, pointing at a 7 year old pig which caught the attention of the visitors...





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