Florida, January 23. Two Florida municipal sugar agro-industrial companies maintain a cautionary call to area producing bases on the monitoring and control of sugarcane fires in the current crop, which cause economic losses and major losses. Raw material quantity.
As a result, growers in central Argentina’s agricultural system are called upon to control and extinguish in time Candela’s outbreaks observed in vacant land adjacent to sugarcane massifs, believed to be the root cause of four out-of-control burnings Is. till date in the productive areas of various cooperatives affiliated to the above institution.
Even though agro-sugar producers of the Ignacio Agramonte company have not recorded severe deflation on their properties, calls for maintaining fire prevention measures with guardrails, implementation of firebreak trails and use of lookouts at risk locations has been done.
According to information provided by Jorge Cobo Muñoz, head of agricultural machinery at the Agramonte Producer Assistance Unit, work is underway to review agreements with sugar plantation usurers and other stakeholders aimed at preventing the fires. , and if any. Get up, help in its extinction.
Blind burning is one of the greatest threats to the normal growth of the sugar crop and to sugarcane recovery, due to its economic impact, from changes in cane cutting programming, to raw material loss, to damage to stems and suckers. Change in strategies for farming.
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