BM Roman wants systematic farming

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  • Greg R.
  • 1 year ago

A modern systematic farming equipped with network system that will benefit farmers with sustainable investment This was how Board Member Antonino B. Roman III of Bataan First District envisioned the country’s farming industry.

The son of former assemblyman Tony Roman who was also deputy finance minister, now known as “Tiktok” lawyer for his legal advise through social media held a no-holds barred exchange of views with local media practitioners in a coffee shop at the SM City Bataan last Sunday.

He opined that to achieve real progress among farmers “we should have a vision to reach our goal in such a way as to benefit the farmers and the government as well.” “Farmers should have their market readied to avoid wastage of their farm products,” Roman said. He also tackled other issues such as public works, barangay master plan as envisioned by Bataan Gov. Joet Garcia, freeport zones, block chain industry, among others.

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