Agriculture in general has been affected by adverse weather conditions in recent years, being more noticeable in annual or semi-permanent crops such as sugarcane...
2 2016 Information Letter
The agribusiness and environmental authorities began a prevention plan to take immediate measures with which the impact of climatic phenomena such as La Niña can be mitigated.
Paul Moore, secretary general of the International Sugarcane Biotechnology Consortium (ICSB), visited the Cenicaña Experimental Station and spoke with Carta Informativa about advances in…
Growers, agribusiness and the region have in their hands the possibility of promoting initiatives in the medium and long term.
Before selecting a restoration strategy, it is essential to understand the natural process of recovering an ecosystem, evaluate the objectives and available resources.
The Cenicaña Apprenticeship and Technical Assistance Program (PAT) monitors the level of adoption of the technologies disseminated through the training sessions.
Using biotechnology tools, Cenicaña is advancing in a project that proposes to know in detail the genotype and phenotype of 220 varieties and associate them with 85 productivity characteristics.
Comparisons in productivity analyzes should be made under similar conditions, whether they be the same years, ages or harvest times, the same agro-ecological zones or environments.