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In Tungurahua and Cotopaxi, 17,000 farmers teeter on the brink of bankruptcy

Published on March 25, 2024
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn A landslide, caused by severe drought, demolished the water collection system in the Latacunga-Salcedo-Ambato irrigation canal, which provides water to farmers in three cantons in the central region of the country. In the northern area of Ambato (Tungurahua), as well as in Salcedo and Latacunga (Cotopaxi), over 17,000 vegetable producers are […]

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