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WHEAT GROWTH SURGES IN WEST LIMERICK

In a significant development for agricultural prospects in West Limerick, it was reported yesterday that wheat cultivation has seen a notable increase. At the meeting of the Limerick County for Agriculture, Mr Molloy, the Technical Director, revealed that more wheat than usual was being grown in the region.

Mr Molloy’s announcement highlighted a positive trend in local farming practices, with farmers showing a growing interest in wheat cultivation. This surge in wheat production is seen as a promising sign for the agricultural sector in West Limerick.

It was further disclosed that the Department of Agriculture had provided ample support to local farmers, offering contributions towards the cultivation of wheat. These contributions, amounting to half of the required seed, were communicated to farmers via email.

The news of increased wheat cultivation in West Limerick has been welcomed by agricultural stakeholders and is expected to have positive implications for the local economy. Wheat is a staple crop with various uses, including in the production of flour and animal feed, making it a valuable commodity for both farmers and consumers alike.

As the wheat crops continue to grow and mature, further assessments will be made regarding yields and quality. The success of this initiative is anticipated to encourage continued investment and innovation in agricultural practices throughout the region.

Overall, the surge in wheat cultivation reflects a growing optimism within the farming community in West Limerick and underscores the importance of government support in fostering sustainable agricultural development.

Freeman’s Journal – Thursday 26 November 1914

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