Jose Luis Camellon

August, 2012

  • 10 August

    Cuba’s Sancti Spiritus Features Large Hydraulic Infrastructure

    If we were to determine a region in Cuba to illustrate both, the magnitude and infrastructure of the hydraulic works undertaken by the Revolution since the creation of the National Institute of Water Resources (INRH, in Spanish), we will definitely have to refer to Sancti Spiritus.»

June, 2012

  • 29 June

    Sancti Spiritus Increases Use of Biological Means to Control Pests in Crops

    Without giving up on the use of chemicals, especially in crops prioritized in Cuba to control pests and ensure the production, Sancti Spiritus agriculture tends to reduce the use of industrial pesticides in recent years while increasing the work with biological means.»

  • 22 June

    Rainfall Refuses to Stop in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

    Taking into consideration the way in which rainfalls have behaved in Sancti Spiritus during recent days, it might seem that this central Cuban territory was chosen by nature for a sort of rain test.»

  • 20 June

    Heavy Rains Hit Mountains and South of Sancti Spiritus

    According to specialists from the Provincial Meteorological Center (CMP) heavy rains have hit the mountain areas and the southern part of Trinidad and Sancti Spiritus, with the highest cumulative reported between 8:00 am Tuesday and 8 : 00 am Wednesday in the measuring points of Topes de Collantes, 331, 5 …»

  • 19 June

    Rains Back in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

    Local heavy rains have been reported in the southern coast of Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba, with the greatest accumulation in the town of Tunas de Zaza, where 152 mm were scored until 8:00AM this Tuesday.»

  • 15 June

    Sancti Spiritus Increases Delivery of Land for Agricultural Purposes

    According to local sources, new applications are underway while some areas prevail vacant or poorly exploited, the majority of them concentrated in the municipalities of La Sierpe and Sancti Spiritus.»

May, 2012