Peru: San Martín Region seeks to export lemon

Updated Jul 11, 2020
By Redacción / Andina, @PortalPortuario, Agrarian entrepreneurs in the San Martín Region, in Peru, hope to reach 1,200 hectares planted with Tahiti lemon this year for export purposes, according to the Regional Government, which also He specified that its cultivation is carried out in compliance with biosafety protocols in the framework of the state of emergency decreed by Covid-19. Currently, there are 18 local governments with a current agreement, a commercial agreement that includes the purchase of lemon production by part of the Casa Blanca SAC company, with the support of the regional government's sustainable investment promotion office., This agreement has its first beneficiaries in Pucacaca, Alberto Leveau, San Cristóbal de Puerto Rico, Santa Rosa de Sisa, Shatoja and Caspizapa, towns where farmers interested in this alternative cultivation were summoned and who have already signed an eight-year contract with the company for the commercialization ion of ...
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