Future of Latin American agriculture depends on technology in order to compete on a global scale
"The future of agriculture depends on the adoption of all available technologies in order to be competitive."
The future of agriculture in Latin America is directly linked to continuous innovation in the sector and the use of new technologies in order for the countries in the region to be competitive on a global scale.
The economic conditions and limited access to technological advances in the agri-food sector seem to be insurmountable obstacles, but the region offers examples of producers that can be as competitive as those in the United States.
This is the opinion of Nery Echeverría, Sales Director of Monsanto Latinoamerica Norte, who participated this week in the First Agrifood Forum organized by EFE, El Heraldo de Chihuahua and the Autonomous University of Chihuahua (UACH).