Mayabeque, Cuba__More than 330 hectares are dedicated in this province to the cultivation of fruit trees, aimed at diversifying agriculture in the territory during the different campaigns.

This is also one of the strategies to promote marketing in outlets and markets, and the manufacturing process, affected this year due to weather conditions.

The rise in species and variety that characterizes the current season has the objective of enhancing the feeding of the population.

The population of this young province demands even more the presence of fruit in the market, which requires an increase in production to counter act the high prices and shortages.

The territory also faces challenges in the urban and suburban agriculture where the number of farms specialized in fruit production is growing, with emphasis on mango, guava, papaya, pineapple and avocado.

To join the national effort for rescuing fruits almost disappeared from the Cuban countryside, like cherimoya, custard apple, soursop, lime and caimito among others are in the purposes of the Mayabeque’s farmers.

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