Usually, he cultivates his crops twice a year. In the dry season, Mr. Chhorn B. grows vegetables; unfortunately, however, he does not have sufficient funds in order to buy nets to protect his crops from animals that come to eat his vegetables. Thus, Mr. Chhorn B. is requesting a loan to purchase such nets, and any remaining funds would be used to buy fertilizer for his field.
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