Peru: Producers from Ñahuinpuquio lose 25 hectares of crops due to intense rains

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Published Feb 25, 2024

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Severe rainfall in the Junín region has led to the destruction of 25 hectares of crops including broad bean, alfalfa, potato and starchy corn in Ñahuinpuquio, with another 17 hectares impacted by floods. The Chupaca Agrarian Agency is set to report the damages to the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation to trigger the Catastrophic Agrarian Insurance for recompense. The affected farmers are also expected to receive technical support and foliar fertilizers.
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The intense rains recorded in recent days have caused the loss of 25 hectares of broad bean, alfalfa, potato and starchy corn crops in the town center of Ñahuinpuquio, located in the district of Ahuac, province of Chupaca, in the Junín region. According to the Junín Regional Directorate of Agriculture, an additional 17 hectares of crops in the same area have also been affected due to flooding caused by intense rainfall. The director of the Chupaca Agrarian Agency, Eng. Cynthya Turco Huamán, assured that the damages will be reported to the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation to activate the Catastrophic Agrarian Insurance and thus ...
Source: AgroPeru
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