Mayabeque, Cuba_ The producers of Mayabeque have the mission of increasing agricultural production due to the unstoppable rise in food prices in the international market, Radio Camoa reports.

The provincial capital, an eminently livestock and agricultural territory, which has 52 thousand hectares of arable lands, has a total of 17 agricultural cooperatives and a large number of state units dedicated to this purpose.

This task is supported by scientific centers such as the National Institute of Agricultural Sciences (INCA), the National Center for Agricultural Health (CENSA), and the Agrarian University of Havana Fructuoso Rodríguez Pérez, just to mention a few.

These institutions put the scientific tools necessary to achieve the sustainability of local agriculture at the service of producers.

The peasants of the municipality work to raise the quality of seeds as a guarantee of better productive yields, prioritize the planting of grains, vegetables and fruit, through different programs and promote the development of Urban and Family Agriculture to bring food to the city ​​center.

Cuba spends a lot of resources to increase the production of food that contributes to the substitution of imports. Today's challenge is to make the lands yield more and produce better fruits.

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