Dr. Anuruddha Karunarathna from Department of Agricultural Engineering and his student Ms. Yushani Alahakoon (M.Phil. student) from Postgraduate Institute of Agriculture and the team successfully fabricated and tested an industrial scale pyrolyser at the University research farm at Meewathura. The product was developed as part of the target oriented research project on “Development of Eco-friendly farming technologies to minimize inorganic fertilizer usage while maintaining productivity and improving soil fertility” funded by the National Research Council of Sri Lanka. Dr. Saman Dharmakeerthi serves as the team leader of the project.
The faculty of Agriculture celebrates its Diamond Jubilee this year. A competition was held among ...Read More
New Zealand's Special Envoy for Agricultural Trade, Ms Mel Poulton, delivered a seminar on 15 ...Read More
Dr. Anuruddha Karunarathna from Department of Agricultural Engineering and his student Ms. Yushan ...Read More
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