Government to allocate more funds for grape growers
Bahoruco, Dominican Republic.- National Grape Institute (INUVA) director Mario Perez and Agriculture Ministry officials visited the western province of Bahoruco on Sunday, to check the current reality of winemaking in Neiba valley.
The Agriculture Ministry representatives said the visit aims to help grape growers make wine and other products.
Perez said Agriculture would provide more funding to kick start the grape industry in Bahoruco province.
“We have taken important steps, we made requests, we knocked on doors and finally see that the requests have resulted with this visit which begins today,” the business leader said, noting that the funding will boost the amount of the planted areas.
Feb 15, 2016
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