The doctor. Freddy Garcés, CEO of Cenicaña, introduces the main topics developed in this newsletter.
On Thursday, December 10, the Secretariat of Environment, Agriculture and Fisheries of the Government of Valle del Cauca, with the support of the Center for Research on Sugar Cane of Colombia (Cenicaña), CGIAR Research Program in
Cenicaña presents the new stage of the Sustainability Project. Next, the recording of the event that took place on December 1, 2020.
On November 16, the Research Center hosted Mission TIC 2022: the Government's commitment to expand employment and growth opportunities in Colombia. The National Government, headed by the Ministry of Technologies of the
Incauca and Cenicaña work together on 28,8 hectares that they have converted into experimental plots. What is sought with this initiative?
In this new stage, the Fénix program evolves hand in hand with Cenicaña. Its name changes to "Sustainability Projects".
Cenicaña joined the celebration of the Indonesian Sugar Research Institute (ISRI) and in this way recognizes the contribution of this variety in our agribusiness.
The manager of the Ingenio del Occidente, Maurice Armitage, visited the Cenicaña Experimental Station, this was the message he left us on his visit.
Memories, Jul-Dec 2020
Asocaña, Cenicaña and Procaña promote the reconversion of wells in Valle del Cauca. For this purpose, the socialization of the regulatory framework of the subject was carried out with sugar mills and growers.
During the Webinar, we will talk about: Generalities of the Pucciniales Order, there will be a tour through the history of collectors and phytopathologists studying the Order. Then, we will talk about the diversity of this important group of plant pathogens in Colombia, and the
The Colombian Association of Plant Breeding and Crop Production invites you to participate in this discussion. The central theme of the discussion is based on the new strategies and challenges that agriculture has in the face of eventual collapse of production systems and
During the Webinar, we will talk about: Agricultural systems behave as complex systems, in which the interactions of the different physical, economic, environmental, biological and social elements generate emergent properties and responses, some predictable, others not (pest outbreaks,
During the Webinar, we will talk about: Generalities of the processing of sugarcane for the production of sugar, ethanol, electrical energy and composting. Microorganisms associated with the processing of sugarcane. Impact of the presence of contaminating microorganisms in the
Amalia Morales, from Asobolo, and Fanny Hoyos, from Cenicaña, tell us how hydrological monitoring is progressing in the Aguaclara sub-basin, Bolo River basin.
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