Mexico: Seminar in Cajamar Las Palmas focusses on high tech production

On 18 July, the ninth seminar on technology in agriculture took place in Cajamar Las Palmas, Mexico. This year’s theme was high-tech greenhouse tomato cultivation. Mexico is an example of a country making full use of foreign horticultural techniques. Mexican greenhouse cultivation combines innovative models from the Netherlands, Israel, Spain and Canada, Spain in particular contributing knowledge and manpower to Central American growers. 

During the seminar, Fulgencio Rodriguez Alonso, technical agronomist from Almeria with extensive experience in the field of greenhouse construction in Mexico, gave a lecture on greenhouse cultivation of tomatoes with an efficiency of more than 70 kg/m2 per year.


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