LAMMER GROWING in the Vega Baja region is the theme of the conference this Saturday, November 27th.
The region’s first “Citrus Day” is celebrated in Orihuela to re-examine the growing climate of the region.
Orihuela Mayor Emilio Bascuñana announced the meeting this week, stressing that the region makes up 40% of Spain and 70% of the Valencian Community.
Meetings are being organized by the Juan Gil-Albert Institute of Alicante Provincial Council, with the ASAJA-Alicante alliance, and the Orihuela City Council.
Mayor Bascuñana states: “We will do our utmost to help farmers who are experiencing difficulties.”
Continuation: “It will be a day of training for the farmers; [and we’ll] initiate a process of obtaining a good image that recognizes the differences between Vega Baja lemons and those from other parts of Spain. “
Efforts will also be made to promote Vega Baja lemon anywhere in Europe and the United States.
The conference will be held from 9am in the Orihuela CAM Culture Classroom with the experts present.
The Council of Agriculture has requested that anyone wishing to attend should register by calling 965 123 201.
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