Havana, Jun 28.- Eight CCA5 sugarcane harvesters, a model designed by specialists from China and Cuba, have reportedly successfully completed three years of work following this year sugar harvest.
Havana, Jun 27.- Ciego de Ávila's sugarcane planters have cleared more than 12,000 hectares of marabou from 2014, no they are mostly planted with cane to increase the raw material for the coming harvest.
Camagüey, June 20.- A stretch of the north coast of Camagüey and the cays of tourist interest in front of this area were selected to begin in the province the "Tarea Vida (Life Task): the State's plan for climate change", adopted in the current year by the Council of Ministers.
Camagüey, Jun 19.- The elimination of invasive alien species, mainly the Marabú, at about three thousand 112 hectares in the province of Camagüey, allows to allocate former idle lands for food production.
Havana, Jun 13.- Experts from 19 countries are holding today an International Agricultural and Forestry Convention in Cuba, focused on the problems of agricultural yields and the functioning of the sector's productive chains.
Santiago de Cuba, Jun 9 .- A higher development of the system to record and raise alert on perceptible earthquakes is reached currently by the National Seismological Service (SSN).
Sancti Spíritu, June 6.- Cuba’s forest area grew by 57,000 hectares in 2016. As such, the island reached a total of 3,241,000 hectares of land covered by forests, representing 31.15% of its total land area.
Havana, June 1st.- Elba Rosa Perez Montoya, Minister of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA) of Cuba, continued in Vienna her interviews with executives of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Havana, Cuba, May 26.- In the first 4 months of 2017, the 330,000 Cuban voluntary blood donors, made over 410,000 donations that will contribute to save lives in Cuba and in other countries.
Havana, May 4.- U.S. specialists are meeting today with their Cuban counter parts in the framework of the 2nd CIREN-USA Clinical-Scientific Exchange on Multiple Sclerosis, which the International Center for Neurological Restoration (CIREN) will host until tomorrow.