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St. Lucia Report

By: Colin, P | 2. Regional Workshop on Tropical Fruit Crop Jolly Beach (Antigua) 1-6 Dic 1991.
Material type: ArticleArticleSeries: Miscellaneous Publications A2/TT (IICA) no. 92-03. Publisher: Port-of-Spain (Trinidad y Tobago) 1992Description: p. 37-40.ISSN: 0253-4746.Subject(s): CARIBE | SANTA LUCIA | CARICA PAPAYA | ANANAS COMOSUS | MANGIFERA INDICA | VARIEDADES | COSECHA | EXPLOTACIONES AGRARIAS | | | | | | | | | CARAIBES | SAINTE-LUCIE | CARICA PAPAYA | ANANAS COMOSUS | MANGIFERA INDICA | VARIETE | RECOLTE | EXPLOITATION AGRICOLESummary: The document explains that the fruit projects currently being implemented in St. Lucia fall under two broad categories: The Tree Crops Programme (includes mangoes) and aims at increasing non-traditional exports, and the Import Substitution/Replacement Programme aimed primarily at local marketing and includes pineapple, papaya and mango. The main activities of these two programmes centre around production enhancement and technological improvements. (MIBA)
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The document explains that the fruit projects currently being implemented in St. Lucia fall under two broad categories: The Tree Crops Programme (includes mangoes) and aims at increasing non-traditional exports, and the Import Substitution/Replacement Programme aimed primarily at local marketing and includes pineapple, papaya and mango. The main activities of these two programmes centre around production enhancement and technological improvements. (MIBA)

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