Krishi Jagran Founder MC Dominic Inspires at ICV-7 Conference, Advocates for Agricultural Transformation
Mr. Dominic highlighted the pressing necessity for media organizations to prioritize the communication of agricultural information, drawing attention to the prosperous entertainment industry.
MC Dominic, the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Krishi Jagran, captivated the audience with his engaging speech on the second day of the 7th International Conference on Vetiver (ICV-7) held in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Taking place from May 29 to June 1, 2023, this three-day conference highlights the exceptional attributes of Vetiver, a unique grass indigenous to Thailand renowned for its remarkable soil and water conservation capabilities.
In his address, Mr. Dominic, accompanied by esteemed environmentalists and agricultural experts, underscored the obstacles confronting the agriculture industry and put forward viable solutions. He specifically drew attention to the inadequate media coverage devoted to agriculture, a critical sector that necessitates efficient communication platforms to connect farmers with the broader populace.
Mr. Dominic highlighted the pressing necessity for media organizations to prioritize the communication of agricultural information, drawing attention to the prosperous entertainment industry. He emphasized the need for a concerted effort, akin to the dedicated endeavors of Krishi Jagran's Agriculture World magazine in its coverage of the 7th International Conference on Vetiver (ICV-7).
During the inaugural day of the conference on May 29, Krishi Jagran's Agriculture World Magazine unveiled a unique edition scheduled for June, capturing the interest of the attendees.
Paul Truong, the Technical Director of TVNI and Director for Asia and the Pacific, commended the commendable step taken by Krishi Jagran, acknowledging their creation of a dedicated edition specifically tailored to cover the conference.
Truong further emphasized the impressive extent of the magazine's influence, boasting an expansive readership of over three million subscribers throughout India.
Richard Grimshaw, the esteemed founder, conveyed his excitement, remarking that the time has finally come for Vetiver to make a significant difference in India and around the globe.
Grimshaw acknowledged that Krishi Jagran and their team have arrived at the opportune moment to create a lasting impact. He emphasized the crucial role of promotion and expressed a keen interest in collaborating with Krishi Jagran to further their efforts.
Recognizing the impressive commitment and perseverance shown by Krishi Jagran's Agriculture World team, Grimshaw expressed his admiration, stating, "Following an excellent presentation, I can confidently say that AW and INVN are genuinely dedicated. This marks the initial stage of a promising vetiver initiative, filled with immense potential."
Krishi Jagran's enthusiastic participation, along with the release of a special edition of their Agriculture World magazine for the conference, has successfully drawn attention to the pivotal role of agriculture in fostering sustainable development. Through their ongoing endeavors, the team is dedicated to raising awareness and advocating for the remarkable transformative capabilities of vetiver on a global level.
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