Lima: Progress of almost 50% in the Catán-Pichuacán irrigation work in Oyón, Peru

Innovation & Technology
Published Mar 4, 2024

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The Lima Regional Directorate of Agriculture's (DRAL) irrigation project from Catán to Pichuacán is nearly 50% complete. The project, which includes the installation of a pipeline and concrete gutters, is expected to significantly enhance fruit production in the peasant community of Navan. The DRAL technical team has reported positive progress in the construction.
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The technical team of the Lima Regional Directorate of Agriculture (DRAL) reports that the construction of the irrigation service from Catán to Pichuacán has reached close to 50% progress, which represents a significant boost for fruit production in the peasant community of Navan , located in the district of the same name, province of Oyón. During the supervision visit to the Navan farming community, the DRAL technical team verified the progress of the work. Of particular note was the positive progress in the installation of the pipeline, a crucial component of the project that will ensure efficient irrigation service for local farmers. In addition, ...
Source: AgroPeru
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