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México: Estiman pérdidas de 200 millones de pesos en mango por el huracán Manuel




















En Escuinapa y El Rosario








Los estragos que el Huracán Manuel dejó en la fruticultura han ocasionado al mango floración atípica con consecuencias que se calculan en aproximadamente 200 millones de pesos (15.355.000 millones de dólares), manifestó el alcalde de Escuinapa, Bonifacio Bustamante Hernández. 













"Hace alrededor de diez años que no se tenía una situación así (floración atípica), estamos buscando recursos que puedan ayudar al productor, porque tendremos serios problemas económicos en el sur por la falta de dinero en circulación",
dijo. 









Informó de que la falta de floración en árboles de mango es parte de las condiciones meteorológicas que dejó como consecuencia el huracán Manuel, por lo que de manera conjunta con autoridades del municipio de El Rosario están solicitando recursos a la Federación y al Estado para que manden personas que recaben pruebas de la situación. 





Son alrededor de 25.000 hectáreas las que se tienen el sur de las variedades de mango Ataulfo, Haiden, Tommy, Kent y Keitt; la más afectada parece que es la variedad Kent, que representa el 30 por ciento de las hectáreas que se tienen en los dos municipios, comentó. 






De la variedad Keitt, aún no pueden señalar cuánto representa el daño, pues es el mango que se da a final de la temporada, agregó.





"Hay preocupación porque no habrá circulante, no habrá pago para productores, no habrá empleos, por eso estamos solicitando el apoyo de las autoridades federales y del Estado",
dijo el también empresario empacador de mango.








Fuente: noroeste.com.mx






Fecha de publicación: 05/05/2014








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