Camagüey, June 13th. - During the second government visit to this province Miguel Díaz-CanelBermúdez, president of the Councils of State and Ministers, toured the modern sheds for laying hens that are built in the area of Clavellinas, located in the north of the capital of Camagüey.
There, he knew that the center has the capacity to supply more than 13 million eggs, which would considerably increase the production in Camagüey of that demanded food.
At that place, Diaz-Canel recommended linking that entity to students of careers related to food production, in order to acquire knowledge about the details of the aforementioned entity, one of the two that are currently being built in Cuba and must be ready on next July 26th.
Likewise, the Cuban Head of State was at the Provincial Meteorological Center on Wednesday, where he spoke with his workers and learned about the important services provided by this center, especially the Department of Forecasting and the National Center for Weather Radars.
Dr.C. Orlando Rodríguez González explained that in this center the entire flow of information from the country's weather radar network is controlled, analyzed and processed, and specialists from Camagüey assumed the automation of the analog type, designed and assembled the first radar with technology Doppler that works in Cuba.
This device is equipped with two wavelengths, which allow detecting tornadoes, streak fronts and other phenomena that would go unnoticed by a conventional radar.
Rodríguez González told Díaz-Canel that the group is working to extend the Doppler technology this year to the radars of Holguín and Casablanca, in Havana, and in 2020 to the five left, while they assume new challenges in favor of development and quality of the technical services offered.
Followed by Jorge Luis Tapia Fonseca, First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba in the territory, and Isabel González Cárdenas, president of the Government in the province, Díaz-Canel visited the House Aging and Older Adult Monsignor Adolfo Rodríguez, there he shared with those who benefit from the installation and the ecclesiastics in charge of it.
Other places of interest covered in this journey by the president were El Orquidiario, in areas surrounding the eastern ring road of the capital of Camagüey, as well as the Botanical Park of this city.
In addition, at the University of Camagüey Ignacio Agramonte and Loynaz, he knew about about 15 research lines by faculties, which have to do with the socioeconomic development of the province and the country by its application, which he described as very important.
He was also at the Biofactory in the provincial capital, where he commented that the advantages of "in vitro" cultivation must be accompanied by adequate advice, training and promotion among producers, so that so much effort and talent is not lost by a bad application of technology in the field.
The President of the Councils of State and of Ministers indicated closer ties of cooperation and mutual exchange with the rest of the entities of its kind in the country and with the research centers of the Ministry of Agriculture, to extend the use of the technology to other crops urged of higher levels of production. (Pedro Paneque Ruiz / Radio Cadena Agramonte / and informationfrom www.granma.cu) (Photos: Pedro Paneque Ruiz.)