Havana, Nov 21 (Prensa Latina) Over 150 experts from Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Spain, among other countries, will meet in Havana from Wednesday to Friday at the 1st Cuban Congress on Horticulture, according to organizers.
Participants will debate over 100 papers and will attend master lectures during the event, which is organized by the Liliana Dimitrova Research Institute, the center’s Science and Technology director, Jany Ferna
ndez,told Prensa Latina. The main topics for debate are climate change, the challenges to produce vegetables, genetic improvement, agronomic management and plagues, ecological agriculture and development.
The congress will provide a fruitful exchange of experiences and knowledge by the scientific community, including
experts from Cuban universities and research centers.
Fernandez said the Liliana Dimitrova Institute provides the scientific and technical foundation to develop the production chain of vegetables, aromatic plants and condiments.