Peru: Amazonas will incorporate 810 demonstration coffee plots this year

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Published Apr 24, 2024

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The Bagua – Rodríguez de Mendoza Coffee Project will add 810 new coffee plots, reaching a total of 1,600 intervented plots this year. This is part of an initiative to boost the productivity of Amazonas' main export product, coffee. The project has also seen significant progress in budget execution, with a focus on enhancing harvest and post-harvest processes. To support this, 28 compact modules for coffee processing are being acquired.
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The Bagua – Rodríguez de Mendoza Coffee Project of the Amazonas Regional Agrarian Directorate announced that this year it will incorporate 810 new plots of quality coffee. This was stated by the head of the DRA-Amazonas, Marco A. Ibérico Portocarrero, adding that with this incorporation a total of 1,600 intervened plots will be reached. He also reported that this year significant progress has been made in budget execution, with a focus on strengthening harvest and post-harvest processes. For this purpose, 28 compact modules are being acquired for ...
Source: AgroPeru
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