Chile: Agricultural emergency declared in the Biobío region after frontal system

Published Jun 15, 2024

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The Ministry of Agriculture in Chile has declared a state of agricultural emergency in the Biobío region due to damage caused by a frontal system. The government is providing early aid, including food for livestock, birds, and beehives, and will conduct a survey to determine the extent of the damage. The emergency measure aims to accelerate support for affected producers and will be complemented by medium and long-term measures to adapt to the effects of climate change.
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The Ministry of Agriculture declared a state of agricultural emergency in the Biobío region, due to the productive damage derived from the frontal system that affects the central-southern area of the country. The head of the Chilean agricultural portfolio explained that “we are committed as a government to supporting the most affected sectors and working with convergent funds to provide early aid that is required in the Biobío region. "We are in contact with the regional governments and municipalities to carry out a survey of the damages and with that assist the demand of the agricultural sector that we know is having a difficult time with this front of bad weather." With this measure, the deployment of early aid in the Biobío region will begin, with the delivery of food for livestock, birds and beehives, and the execution of the Forestry and Agricultural Impact Registry will begin, to determine the number of producers who suffered damage. For her part, the Undersecretary of ...
Source: MXfruit
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