RET is implementing a project aimed at “Strengthening the resilience and peaceful coexistence of Lebanese and Syrian refugees through increased income generation in the agricultural and food production sectors” in Lebanon, in partnership with the Lebanese Agricultural Research Institute.
A Training of Trainers (ToT) was organized in Tel Al-Amarah station, tackling traps and attractants and their use in pest monitoring and Integrated Pest Management.
26 people attended the training, including agricultural engineers from the Ministry of Agriculture in Baalbek and multiple municipalities, including Al Qaa, Arsal, Harbta, Labweh, and Hermel.
This ToT is part of a series of training to be provided by LARI experts in the field of integrated pest management, soil management and fertilization, weed management, Pesticides, pruning and grafting, legumes, and cereals production, consumptive water use, traceability in crop production, biological control, and extension services provided through the application LARI LEB.
This project is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of the Federal Republic of Germany and implemented by RET Germany in Consortium with GATE Lebanon and LARI.