One of the main tools which have seized harvesters is foliar and root bionutrient Fitomas-E. The product, purely Cuban and ecological, helps mitigate the stress that the lack of water and high temperatures cause in plantations. Read More
The severe drought affecting Cuban aquifers and reservoirs given the extreme lack of rainfalls has led authorities to call for water-saving measures and other distribution strategies to cushion the tense situation. Read More
"Last July was the third warmest in the Greater Antilles from 1951 to date, when thermometers registered average temperatures of up to 38.2 Celsius degrees mainly in the province of Santiago de Cuba. Read More
For those who live in the East of Cuba, the changes in the weather and
the global heating are more than scientific articles or common phrases
used in international forums because their consequences today are the
rude reality of an intense drought.