Peru: Piura would allocate S/25 million to strengthen the mango production chain

Fresh Mango
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 19, 2024

Tridge summary

The Regional Directorate of Agriculture of Piura is nearing completion of a project profile aimed at enhancing the mango production chain in 11 districts across the provinces of Piura, Morropón, Huancabamba, and Sullana, with a budget of S/25 million. This project seeks to bolster the local economy and promote sustainable development by providing comprehensive support to mango farmers, particularly those in associations or cooperatives. Key components of the initiative include the creation of a soil and foliar analysis laboratory, offering training and technical assistance to producers, and the development of 6 business plans to improve the sector's competitiveness and development. This endeavor is expected to significantly boost the production and marketing of mangoes in the region.
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The Regional Directorate of Agriculture of Piura reported that it is completing the details of the profile of the project “Improvement of support services for the productive development of the mango chain in 11 districts of the provinces of Piura, Morropón, Huancabamba and Sullana”, which It will have an estimated investment of S/25 million. This new project will seek to provide comprehensive support to farmers organized in associations and/or cooperatives to promote and strengthen the Piuran mango production chain. In a recent meeting held at the San Lorenzo Agrarian Agency, key aspects of the project were addressed, such as the implementation of a soil analysis and foliar analysis laboratory, as well as the planning of training and technical assistance for producers. Furthermore, as a result of this project, a total of 6 business plans are expected to be delivered that contribute to the development and competitiveness of the sector. Mango is a highly valued fruit with great ...
Source: AgroPeru
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