Building sound alliances has never been more fundamental to agriculture than it is today. Farmers in the Dominican Republic have always had a deeply rooted tradition of cooperation and applying integrated solutions – an approach that has served them well in the past.
With 45,000 square kilometers and 450,000 cultivable hectares, the Dominican Republic is among the top producers of the Central American and Caribbean region. In this blog article, Santiago Klee, Country Commercial Lead Dominican Republic & Caribbean at Bayer, discusses how the development of joint programs – such as Food Chain Partnership initiatives – has proven effective and shown positive results for both farmers and the environment.
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