Jammu & Kashmir has received three lakh nano urea bottles so far, said the Lieutenant Governor Shri Manoj Sinha at the awareness programme for farmers by IFFCO, Indian Farmers Fertiliser Co-operative Limited. More than two and-a-half lakh nano urea bottles have been utilised by farmers in agriculture. He was grateful to IFFCO and its Managing Director Dr U S Awasthi for coming forward to support the J&K farmers and the Co-operatives. The Lt Governor said, IFFCO is making available sprayers for farmers. The spray drones spray the fertiliser covering a large area. Two villages Y K Pora in Kashmir and Akalpur in Jammu have been named as IFFCO Nano Fertiliser Model Villages. This effort will take care of both the health of the farm and the income of the farmer. Villages are harbouring new dreams, he said. New aspirations are beginning to rise in the hearts of farmers. It is necessary that the administration and agriculture and allied sectors make every possible effort that can make the dreams of farmers come true and take their aspirations to new heights, said the Lt Governor.