Writing / Janitor
For this year, we face significant challenges in the primary sector of agriculture in Baja California, where water plays a fundamental role, and follow the federal government’s decision to transform the Rural Finance Bank into a welfare bank, leaving To serve a very broad agricultural sector in the country and in Baja California, said Valberto Solorio Meza, president of the Baja California Council of Agriculture.
He explained that for his region, moving forward on the issue of water supply, sanitation and reuse is a priority to maintain and allow sustainable development in the region, which has experienced its worst drought in 40 years .
The leader said that joint efforts between the three levels of government, academia and the productive sector must continue to be carried out in order to carry out the best projects allowing the supply, sanitation and reuse of agricultural water allowing to increase the competitiveness of the sector .
We are betting, he said, that the necessary agreements have been made in economic, legislative and regulatory matters, which will provide a dynamic development to the sector, which will expand opportunities and aim to create new production chains in Baja California.
worry about money
Solorio Meza said that, in terms of financing the agricultural sector, the decision to promote a project in which the Financiera Rural disappears, to make way for the Financiera del Bienstar, which will focus on providing support of 20,000 pesos Those who don’t solve big problems, nor do they run big projects.
In a globalized world, he explained, we must seek to be increasingly competitive and this requires that funding for projects in the agriculture sector be structured with a view to exponential growth, which means stronger credit, longer range Key soft interests, which actually favor Mexican families.
He pointed out that he would work in the necessary commissions to externalize the proposals and work to add any vision in favor of the development of the entire region.