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Aderr of Brazil will carry out a phytosanitary survey of quarantine pests

Aderr fará levantamento fitossanitário de pragas quarentenárias Destaque
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Fresh Acerola
Brazil
Environmental Issue
Cupuacu
Others
Feb 22, 2022
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Ascom/Aderr 800 properties will be visited and around 140,000 plants that produce oranges, lemons, tangerines, grapes, cocoa, cupuaçu and acerola will be inspected. It is an important work to protect fruit growing in Roraima and comply with the determinations of the Map (Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply).
Ascom/Aderr 800 properties will be visited and around 140 thousand plants that produce oranges, lemons, tangerines, grapes, cocoa, cupuaçu and acerola will be inspected. It is an important work to protect fruit growing in Roraima and comply with the determinations of the Map (Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply). “This is an important action for agriculture in our State, as it guarantees the health of the various agricultural crops, in addition to meeting a demand from the Ministry that requires annual reports on the health status, in order to prevent the occurrence of pests that can cause damage. to the economy,” said governor Antonio Denarium. According to agricultural inspector Washington Luis, responsible for the phytosanitary survey, the maximum number of properties in rural and urban areas of the municipalities of Roraima will be visited, to assess symptoms and signs of the presence of pests on plants. He explained that quarantine pests are so called because they ...
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