Florida, March 6. – The possibilities of increasing the sugarcane plantations in the rural sector and the development prospects of the activity in agricultural cooperatives were evaluated in Florida attended by Orlando Lugo Fonte, president of National Association of Small Farmers (ANAP) in the country.
In exchange with leaders of various organizations and especially of the Ruben Martinez Villena, a cooperative with potentiality to be reinserted into the sugar sector, Lugo Fontes considered feasible the projections program of land preparation and planting of sugarcane drawn by managers and farmers of this cooperative.
During the analysis the Cuban peasant leader considered as decisive the contributions from members of ANAP in cane development in the province and especially in the Ignacio Agramonte Mill which outputs will be decisive in the industry.
At another point in his meeting with representatives of sugar entities in Florida, the ANAP president stressed the need for the exchange among unities with good results and those recently inserted in the activity, and pointed out the need to respect cane planting as a way of saving cooperatives.