SAGARPA, Mexico's agriculture and rural development industry, will invest $133 million dollars, or $1.78 billion pesos, over the next month to turn its dry regions green. 19 states are due to receive funding with $20 million pesos allotted for the construction of 151 hydroponic greenhouses.
To date, Mexico has 2.5 million hectares of land dedicated to hydroponic farming and boasts the third largest number of organic fruit and vegetable producers in the world.
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Wednesday, 17 July 2013