Our Chumphon campus hosted vetiver grass plant campaign for soil and water

Our Chumphon campus hosted vetiver grass plant campaign for soil and water conservation around The Job creek and Wat Nay canal in Chumphon province. Vetiver grasses help reducing damages from water flush during rainy season, increasing soil humidity in arid season, acting as a nursing crop for forestation, and soil and water conservation in economic crop plantation. Our students, staff, and also local people were well participated in this campaign.

Vetiver grass plant campaign

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