They recommend that agricultural producers go for the planting of seeds, especially in the northern area of Nayarit, because at this time the conditions are favorable for this grain to grow healthy and marketable. Even the producers have started preparing the land. to receive the seed. “We saw the tractors where, well, they did everything possible to reduce the cost of the first jobs, now the issue of certified seed or seed is delivered to farmers in the north so they can plant seeds,” commented of Moren’s local deputy, Ricardo Parra
He explained that other states such as Zacatecas and Sinaloa without the expected rains caused a drop in the production of this basic grain, so now Nayarit should be the state that helps prevent a lack that will happen, “so there will not be many beans, so it is important that Nayarit, which has great humidity now, because Nayarit has rains. humid enough to be ready,” he said.
He assured that because of the importance of the seeds, the guaranteed price will be guaranteed, and it will avoid the loss of the producers. They hope that in 2024, the guaranteed price will be the same or higher than in 2023, which is 19 pesos per kilo.
Complicated outlook for sorghum producers
The ones who are worried are the sorghum producers, because of the low price of sorghum for the next season, because they consider that they will not be able to recover the investment for planting this cereal which is used mainly as food, this situation brings them closer. the government from the state, which manages the support that helps to reduce the cost of cultivation, and purchase tools for cultivation; Also, they are looking for alliances with companies to take care of the purchase and sale of production in Nayarit. “The procedure has been done with the pig farmers of Jalisco, with the companies that produce animal feed, to have direct marketing and with a reduction. There is also talk with the state that has all the tools to give to them, such as the plates and all the tools for them to achieve commercialization,” added deputy Ricardo Parra.