Consolidating paths of knowledge and productivity from research practices
Interinstitutional working session
Interinstitutional working session

The area of Science Technology and Environment (CTMA), in conjunction with the Research and Postgraduate area of URACCAN Bluefields campus, held a meeting with the Nicaraguan Institute of Agricultural Technology (INTA), to propose the organizational form of work to be carried out, oriented to the theme of Creole seed improvement and treatment for disease control in such products.

According to teacher Neidy Gutierrez, research coordinator and graduate of the campus, "at the moment we have three research projects with graduate students of Agroforestry Engineering", he said.

In addition, he stressed the importance of the partnership with INTA, explaining that this partnership allows students to prioritize research processes and succeed in completing their higher education with a notion of reality, "they are also necessary because the result of them will be the specific recommendations that INTA would be giving, in this case to producers, therefore respond to INTA's research agenda , the National Government and therefore the Caribbean Coast development plan." Referred.

In addition, Samuel Flores, an agricultural researcher at INTA, explained that agricultural research is being promoted within the framework of the national research system, emphasizing the work and effort of URACCAN, "that is where we as joint government institutions, to give way to the need to have more information on the agricultural part of the Caribbean Coast so that we can provide alternatives based on studies developed in our area", he concluded.

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Noel Aguilera