Without the thick fog of dawn disappearing, Sánchez Armas, accompanied by Eduardo Casanova Pérez, director of the headquarters of the Cuban Sugar Cane Derivatives Research Institute in Villa Clara (ICIDCA), confirmed the effectiveness of several bioproducts based on beneficial microorganisms, certified by ICIDCA in this central province, among them lebame, icibiopglup, and nitrofix.
These biostimulants improve plant development and facilitate the absorption of nutrients, explained Osmin Carvajal Salar, extension agent for the use of bioproducts, while ensuring that they facilitate the growth of fruits.
“We must generalize this experience because we are observing the results in the field; this is a valid alternative to boost the production of food that the people need today,” said the vice governor when interacting with experts and producers in the midst of healthy health.
At the UBPC Parrado, which belongs to the Emilio Córdoba Agricultural Grain Company, José Luis Nava, who manages the men who produce the land there, recognized that Lebame is the solution that currently leads the production of rice in the country. “We see—let’s look at the health of the plants in the dikes,” insisted Nava.
Precisely in the fertile land of UBPC Parrado, the radio obtained statements from experienced producers of the most demanded cereal on the Cuban table.
Now the yield of rice in Parrado has reached 2.8 tons per hectare, which emerged during the tour.
In Villa Clara, 50 thousand liters of biostimulants are currently produced, and there are reserves to increase these numbers.
At CCS Estanislao Rodríguez, the efficacy of biostimulants has also been proven in crops such as beans, sweet potatoes, and rice.
There, the Vice Governor of Villa Clara, Milaxy Yanet Sanchez Armas, visited the home of Caleb Fábregat, the young canoeist from Villa Clara who represented Cuba in the Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile.
At around two in the afternoon, the delegation arrived at the UEB Integral Agropecuaria Remedios to also discuss the alternatives adopted by the country’s agriculture in the face of the lack of technological packages.