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Madre de Dios: 94% of Fertiabono beneficiaries have already made the payment

Madre de Dios: 94% of Fertiabono beneficiaries have already made the payment

He Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri) reported today that, in the Madre de Dios region, there have been 342 beneficiaries of Fertiabono I and II, granted by the Government to reactivate the economies of farmers.

It should be noted that Fertiabono 1 is granted to producers who own from zero to 10 hectares, they can receive a maximum of S/ 389 per hectare up to a maximum of S/ 7,447. In addition, the beneficiary producers with Fertiabono 2, who own from zero to 5 hectares, can receive a maximum of S/ 470 per hectare up to a maximum of S/ 2,350.

To date, 300 farmers have already approached the bank and collected the Fertiabono I and II, equivalent to S/1 million 107,271. The provinces of Madre de Dios benefited from the economic subsidy are Tahuamanu, Munu, and Tambopata.

On the other hand, the 11 districts that will be served are: Madre de Dios, Manu, Fitzcarrald, Iberia, Iñapari, Tahuamanu, Inambari, Laberinto, Las Piedras, Tambopata and Huepetuhe.

Fertiabono: how to access?

To access either of the two economic subsidies, producers must meet the following criteria: be registered in the Register of Agricultural Producers (PPA) and in their respective organizations in the value chains. Regarding Fertiabono 1, the beneficiary must cultivate up to 10 hectares, while in Fertiabono 2, up to 5 hectares.

Likewise, they must make use of chemical fertilizers and grow one of the 40 products prioritized by MIDAGRI. Not be included in the state electronic form and not be beneficiaries of Emergency Decrees No. 022-2022 and No. 025-2022.

The data

The main crops of the beneficiaries with Fertiabono I and Fertiabono II are: rice, garlic, cotton, peas, coffee, sweet potato, onion, beans, castilla, palo beans, zarandaja beans, chickpeas, broad beans, lettuce; as well as lentil, lemon, hard yellow corn, starchy corn, corn, tangerine, mango, apple, passion fruit, orange, olive, olluco, pallar, avocado, potato, gherkin, pineapple, banana, quinoa, tarwi, tomato, wheat, vine, cassava, carrot and pumpkin.

Source: Larepublica

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