Sistema técnico dirigido a la sanidad vegetal y calidad de hojas de tabaco negro (Nicotiana tabacum L.) para exportación en los Montes de María.
González Anaya, Juan Carlos | 2020-06-18
This practice in the CDF company in Colombia was carried out with the specification of transfer of technical knowledge to specific centrifugal producers in phytosanitary management, more efficient laboratories including social support and the educational component.
Work was carried out in rural areas on a population of approximately 1800 farmers, 500 of whom were tabulated in a resume that involved data, practices carried out, training, volume of harvest, applications of agricultural inputs, supervision of child labor, care for the environment and personal care. The rest were kept daily log of activities in addition to technical support. It was possible to analyze through soil studies the chemical properties of the most influential areas in the production of black tobacco. It was possible to carry out a field study on “cane” Faustinus cubae B. in order to achieve better controls when carrying out an intervention and to prepare better prevention mechanisms for future plantings.
Most farmers adopted better techniques in the execution of the work, monitoring, self-care and last but not least the conservation and mitigation of impacts to the environment