Knowledge and innovative capacity of Floridian researchers available to producers (+Audio)

Florida, May 21.- The knowledge and innovative capacity of the Floridian unit of the National Sugar Cane Research Institute (INICA) are strengths in this municipality in view of the priority of promoting the application of science in the search for alternative solutions to the current insufficiency of inputs in the agricultural system and the need to optimize the use of soil and every available natural resource in order to produce more food for the people.

In addition to its traditional services for the development of sugarcane plantations, INICA professionals in Florida can also offer knowledge and methodologies to enhance various crops, as explained by Yoslén Fernández Gálvez, PhD, deputy director of research at that institution, in a report by journalist Yunier Soler Castellanos.

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Licenciado en Estudios Socioculturales en la Universidad de Camagüey. Diplomado en Periodismo. Trabaja como periodista en Radio Florida desde el año 2014 atendiendo sectores como el Poder Popular, Defensa Civil, el INDER, entre otros. Contactos; Twitter: @yuniersolerc Facebook: Yunier Soler Castellanos Blog personal:

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