The head of the National Group of Urban, Suburban and Family Agriculture, Elizabeth Peña Turruellas, highlighted the need to recover urban farms in Matanzas in the absence of this type of structure in seven municipalities. He pointed out the importance of these units as the heart of the agricultural movement during the group’s journey through… Continue Reading »
Machado Ventura exhorts to control and creativity in solutions for the agricultural takeoff in Matanzas.Tamara Caridad Mesa González 2 febrero, 2019
Valuing the agricultural development and the sugar harvest in the province of Matanzas motivated the visit of the second secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), José Ramón Machado Ventura to this territory. During his stay, the Cuban leader toured entities with economic purposes of six municipalities urged to take advantage of the cold… Continue Reading »
In the municipality of Limonar, the use of lands, yields and planning for local self-sufficiency are prioritized, said Amaury Cabrera Rodríguez, delegate of agriculture in the territory. “We have 26 thousand 635 consumers and 273 tons are demanded among grains, vegetables, fruits and viands to reach 30 pounds per inhabitant in the month”. Local… Continue Reading »
The ambassador of Japan in Cuba, Mister Masaru Watanabe inaugurated today the smalls industries of the project “Raising of the alimentary production in the provinces of Matanzas and Villa Clara.” The main objective of the plan is to contribute to the nutritive security of people in urban and suburban’s zones such as Perico municipality, strengthening… Continue Reading »
I live in a province of unparalleled natural, cultural and productive wealth. Matanzas is not the same as any region of the country and differs from the levels of socio-economic development achieved by similar regions in territorial extension and population. Not a few have a hard time understanding why we are different.
More than 200 thousand seeds are planted in the four nurseries of the Matanzas Agroforestry Company, an entity that this year should contribute to the reforestation of 197 hectares in the province, according to Jorge Díaz Mirabal, director of the company.
The poultry company Matanzas currently has a deficit of more than two million eggs as a result of Hurricane Irma passing through the Cuban territory. However, today we work to minimize losses, said Pedro Pino Diaz, deputy deputy director of the entity.