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2014 : Prevén una caída drástica de la producción de mango en México

















Los productores de mango de los municipios El Pozole y de Escuinapa prevén que el rendimiento de sus huertas caiga hasta en un 30 por ciento en esta temporada, debido a la floración tardía que se registra en la región de Sinaloa.





Esto generará graves repercusiones en ambos municipios, por lo que los agricultores, líderes de organismos agrarios y alcaldes acordaron la creación de un frente común para buscar una solución.




Durante el primer foro efectuado en el polideportivo de esta sindicatura, se expuso que el panorama para los mangueros y los empleos que se generan con esta actividad es negativo y podría producirse una crisis financiera.







El Alcalde de Escuinapa, Bonifacio Bustamante Hernández, quien también es productor de mango, aseguró que el panorama es crítico para el sector, porque se prevé que las huertas dejen de producir un 70 por ciento.






Explicó que si en las 25.000 hectáreas de mango de los dos municipios se contemplaba la generación de 300 millones de pesos, con el problema de la floración atípica se dejarían de percibir 260 millones de pesos.






Por su parte, Porfirio Salas Castillo, líder de la Confederación Nacional Campesina de Escuinapa, expresó que no se debe buscar un "apoyito" para el problema, sino un apoyo permanente, pues cada año el sector vive problemas diferentes, como la sequía, enfermedades o lluvias, lo que provoca que el productor difícilmente recupere lo invertido.






Durante los últimos cuatro años, el sector ha sido ignorado por los Gobiernos municipales y diputados locales, aseguró.









Fuente: Noroeste.com.mx



Fecha de publicación: 31/03/2014










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