We will support the small producers of the countryside who have never been touched: Governor Alfonso Durazo

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Sonora.- Through the cancellation of paperwork and without a collection vision, it will be possible to generate well-being for the small producers of the Sonoran countryside, especially those who have never received any support, highlighted Governor Alfonso Durazo Montaño.

Within the framework of the signing of the coordination agreement between the National Financial for Agricultural, Rural, Forestry and Fisheries Development and the Government of Sonora, the state president highlighted the need to reduce the number of procedures so that producers can access some credit for the development of their activity.

“We have to assume a flexible position, to help ensure that the credit for which we are opening the possibility today to those who have never had it, is opportune, and the only way that it is opportune is that there is no paperwork, essential in the journey," he said.

Governor Durazo Montaño added that, through the organization of cooperatives, producers will be able to receive a higher income, giving added value to their production.

"We have to work, and that is quite a challenge, and it will only be possible in the area of ​​small producers through the organization of cooperatives, whose construction is in our hands... and that in the sum of efforts they can receive a higher income for their now primary production,” he said.

Fátima Yolanda Rodríguez Mendoza, secretary of Agriculture, Livestock, Hydraulic Resources, Fisheries and Aquaculture (Sagarhpa), explained that this agreement seeks to establish an accessible credit for the producers of Sonora, which allows them to create strategic projects, reduce costs , receive training for better use and management of resources, technical assistance and technology transfer.

"That is why we require that credit truly be a lever for development, and that the producers of the Sonoran countryside, who have never been supported, credit be the detonator of productivity, progress and well-being," he commented.

Baldemar Hernández Márquez, general director of the National Financial for Agricultural, Rural, Forestry and Fisheries Development, added that with this agreement the rigorous paperwork to obtain a loan is eliminated, with which the producers will be able to access financing quickly. and timely.

“This agreement helps us a lot so that with these liquid guarantees the paperwork is eliminated, that is what makes the process rigorous and the credit does not arrive; it takes up to three or four months. You said it, we have to make a flexible credit, timely when it is required for sowing, when it is necessary to apply when the little plant begins to develop, or when it begins to flower, a timely input such as fertilizers or agrochemicals is required ", said.

With information from the Government of Sonora

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