Mercyland, Mapoly And Three Others Display Agricultural Science Projects As Parts Of Activities Marking Olatunde Abudu 93rd Birthday And The First Tunde Abudu Annual Lecture Series 

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Mercyland International Schools as well as Taidob College, Abeokuta Grammar School, Baptist Boys High School, Nobel House College and Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, exhibited Agricultural Science Projects on the sideline of the Tunde Abudu Inaugural Annual Lecture Series of the Egba Science Educational Foundation.

The five Institutions displayed various science based agricultural mini models, in line with the the day’s lecture tropic, “Impact of Technology On Agriculture.”

Speaking with the Newsflagship Correspondent, a Student of the Mercyland International Schools, Solaja Temilola, stated that, she felt delighted and privileged to be included in the success story of the School.

According to the Student, four Projects were brought by Mercyland International Schools, which were Hydroponics System of Farming, Locally Made Irrigator, Liquid Fertilizer made from Kitchen Waste and Mini Electronic for Power Supply

She explained that, Hydroponics was a form of Farming, where one doesn’t need the soil to cultivate, adding that, the materials needed were Foams with viable, safe and perforated Cups.

Temilola also disclosed that, Liquid Fertilizer was made from Kitchen Waste, gotten from some of Kitchen Wastes, such as Plantain Peels, Egg Shells, and other wastes

Speaking further, she added that, with the Projects, they could affect Nigeria, Ogun State and Egbaland positively in terms of building the socio-economic and agricultural development of the country, technogically and scientifically, adding that, a lot of youths out there were knowledgeable enough to produce more Scientific Inventions, if they were being encouraged.

She also noted that, Hydroponics System of Farming would become a primary source of getting fruits and vegetables in the future, hence calling on the Government for financial support, in order for them to keep developing the machine, so that it could become available for usage

Temilola therefore appreciated the Egba Science Educational Foundation for the opportunity they had given them to showcase their technological creativity, adding that, it would be a motivation to many youths in the country.

 

 


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