The agro-industrial company, Pomalca will soon be aiming towards agro-exportation, in about 7 months around 3 thousand jobs will be available for local workers in rural Lambayeque. Sugarcane will be planted by this company in the fields of Pomalca, specialists in the “Instituto de Desarollo de Lambayeque” IDAL certify these fields to be the best choice due to dry weather. Currently, 100 acres of this land are being prepared with manure and humus, the company is prepared to invest US$500 thousand. However, their final objective is to have 2.000 acres planted with peppers (piquillo), artichokes, onions, and other crops.
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