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Crops Support

Farmers Registration

Available to all farmers 18 years and over.

Vendors Card

This facility is open to wholesalers and retailers of agricultural produce.

Animal Production and Health Services

Services include: Artificial insemination Advisory services in animal health care, production and reproduction Vaccinations against paralytic rabies Clinical treatment of animals (for example, Anaplasmosis, tetanus, diarrhea) Test for Brucellosis

Farmers Registration / provision of Farmer’s Identification Cards

Requirements to register as a farmer: Two passport size photographs Current Land Tax receipt Electoral ID card /drivers permit Proof of land ownership authorization to use land

Seed Testing

A range of services are offered, including: Germination Purity

Soil Testing

A range of services are offered, including: Nutrient status of soil Fertilizer recommendations PH/lime statistics

Plant Quarantine Service

The Plant Quarantine Service provides the first line of defense in pest surveillance that is, preventing the entry of pest into Trinidad and Tobago. It protects Trinidad and Tobago’s borders...