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AVOCADO INNOVATION

Proyecto innovador subvencionado por el Ministerio de Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación a través del PNDR

(Programa Nacional de Desarrollo Rural 2014-2020). (https://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/index_es)

The Operational Groups are key elements in the development of the European Association for Innovation in terms of productive and sustainable agriculture. They are groups of actors of different profiles, such as farmers, ranchers, foresters, agri-food or forestry industries, public or private R & D & I training and advice centers, technology centers or non-profit institutions, among others, are associated to achieve an innovation in order to solve a problem or take advantage of an opportunity, with the approach of joint and multisectoral action.

A team led by ASAJA Málaga, and which has ASAJA Cádiz, AVA ASAJA and La Mayora, and whose objective is to work together in the communities of Andalusia and Valencia, to significantly increase avocado productivity, favoring the correct expansion of the cultivation in new areas, transferring technology related to cultivation techniques, plant material and biological control and making Spain the first European supplier of quality avocado and sustainable production with a low carbon footprint.

AVOCADO INNOVATION

Proyecto innovador subvencionado por el Ministerio de Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación a través del PNDR

(Programa Nacional de Desarrollo Rural 2014-2020). (https://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/index_es)

The Operational Groups are key elements in the development of the European Association for Innovation in terms of productive and sustainable agriculture. They are groups of actors of different profiles, such as farmers, ranchers, foresters, agri-food or forestry industries, public or private R & D & I training and advice centers, technology centers or non-profit institutions, among others, are associated to achieve an innovation in order to solve a problem or take advantage of an opportunity, with the approach of joint and multisectoral action.

A team led by ASAJA Málaga, and which has ASAJA Cádiz, AVA ASAJA and La Mayora, and whose objective is to work together in the communities of Andalusia and Valencia, to significantly increase avocado productivity, favoring the correct expansion of the cultivation in new areas, transferring technology related to cultivation techniques, plant material and biological control and making Spain the first European supplier of quality avocado and sustainable production with a low carbon footprint.

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20190020007412 – Inversión total 377.741,86€.
Financiación UE: 80%.
Programa Nacional de Desarrollo Rural 2014-2020
Dirección General de Desarrollo Rural, Innovación y Formación Agroalimentaria (DGDRIFA)
Entidad Gestión Ayuda FEADER y Nacional
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