Arequipa: Irrigation infrastructure will be improved to irrigate 150 hectares of crops in Viraco, Peru

Published May 30, 2024

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The Regional Government of Arequipa in Peru has allocated S/3,712,534.08 for the construction of the Llactaturna – Qian irrigation canal. The project aims to benefit 2,000 producers in the Viraco district by irrigating 150 hectares. The infrastructure includes the lining of a canal section, various structures, and covers, as well as gabion walls. The construction is expected to be completed within 150 days.
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The Regional Government of Arequipa will allocate S/3,712,534.08 for the construction of the new infrastructure of the Llactaturna – Qian irrigation canal, which will allow 150 hectares of crops to be irrigated for the benefit of 2,000 producers in the district of Viraco, in the province of Castilla. “The work will be executed within a period of 150 days through the contract modality. The call for interested companies has already been made and they are currently in the selection process,” said GORE Arequipa. The main objective of the project is to improve the conditions of the irrigation infrastructure for the service to users and mitigate current difficulties. It consists of the lining of the canal section for a total length of 3,844 meters, divided into two sections. The works include the construction of a collection structure, an RBC meter, a sand trap ...
Source: AgroPeru
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