Ngo Introduces First Solar-Bubble-Dryer For Farmers To Reduce Post Harvest, Loss
Trace Reporters –A non Government organization (Developmental association for Renewable energies) D.A.R.E has introduce the first Solar-Bubble-dryer for Nigerian farmers with the aims of reducing the huge lost of farm product they usually encountered.

The director of the Ngo Engineer Yahaya Ahmed explained to journalist that visit the center , that the reason for introducing this machine is to help the farmer to reduce the lost of food crops and other cash crops they usually produce

According to him ,The Solar Bubble Dryer (SBD) is the latest low-cost drying technology developed which can help rural and urban farmers tackle the problems of post harvest and lost in Nigeria

He said,  the machine will be useful for drying Tomato,Mango,apple,and  all crops, and the taste would remain as it is like fresh farm crops.

Adding also that The SBD is mobile and is completely independent from fuel or the power grid, and therefore has very low operating cost.

He note that the equipment can last for over 20 years if properly used and maintain in a good manner

Yahaya also pointed that the model  comes in different sizes, with current models having 0.5 and 1t batch capacity which can help local farmers generate money and save them from annually lost and damages of their farm crops

He said it can be used for drying grains and crops and other farm produce

“it is the cheapest and the best way to preserve all farm product in Nigeria”

He then appealed to all Nigerian farmers to embrace the initiative

Similarly, a science climatologist Dr Piman Hoffman from African Climate reporters applauded the effort of the Ngo for dedicating her time toward making life better for Nigerian farmers

Hoffman Thank The renewable energy Ngo for bringing such an initiative to Nigeria which is capable of enhancing agricultural activities in the entire 36 states of Nigeria

He equally called on both federal and state government to support the initiative and encourage local farmers to acquire skills on maintenance of the machine

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