translated from Spanish: Lack of rains creates uncertainty in storms in Ahome, Sinaloa

Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- The lack of rains has already generated great concern among the temporary producers of the municipality of Ahome, because they have not managed to establish even 50 percent of the arable area, recognized yesterday Carlos Ernesto Gastélum.The producer of sesame and peanuts from La Bolsa de Tosalibampo number 2 indicated that hopefully the precipitation will end up normalizing, since the producers of this area depend only on the results they obtain in the crops of the storm to feed their families and, if they don’t set up their crops, then they don’t know what they’re going to live on.
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He indicated that even the few crops they had managed to establish were already drying up due to the lack of rainwater and this kept producers in a constant climate of uncertainty and concern because they did not know whether the situation would normalize. He noted that in the area of Las Bolsas de Tosalibampo 1 and 2 are established under normal conditions around 6 thousand hectares, of which to date it had only managed to establish a little less than 3 thousand, i.e. 50%, and are at risk of being affected by the lack of sufficient humidity, the situation it faces is very delicate. SandfallCarlos Gastélum explained that even recently the first hard-working producers managed to sow their sesame crops faced the problem caused by a rain of sand that presented itself, which practically buried their crops and this caused them to lose the investments initially made. He stated that there are many problems that the stormmen have been facing this year, since everything has been complicated since the problem of the coronavirus pandemic occurred, since all the programs and actions they had been managing with the various authorities, in search of the improvement of the sector, were halted. In addition, producers are now being threatened by the low rains that have been recorded so far this season, which every day that passes becomes more difficult because the crops that were established are already drying out due to the lack of water. You may be interested In Good Development Plantings in Choix, Sinaloa Sinaloa Agricultural Leader ensures that T-MEC will affect Mexican producersAss producers of Guasave, Sinaloa slowness in Segalmex payments

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