River San Francisco

Posted by laurapayne on Jun 12, 2012 in News |

In the Paraba and the Valley of Cariri (CE), it develops the cotton of long fiber, good quality and great value in the world-wide market. The POTENTIALITIES OF the HINTERLAND NORTHEASTERN In recent years, thanks to the construction of dams and to the coherent event of some plans of irrigation implanted by the government, the scene has been changedded into some points of the Hinterland. A model is the fruticultura developed throughout the River San Francisco, destined the Juazeiro, that determined an extensive project of irrigation volvida for high the regional domestic commerce of purchasing power and for the external business. In this aspect, the Hinterland possesss the landscapes that are dominated by the half-dryness: intermittent rivers, pedregosos ground and vegetation of Caatinga. To a large extent of the sub-region sertaneja prevailing to the great properties, where the extensive one of cut exercises cattle.

The bovine cattle is servant untied, in very poor pastures and after that it goes for the frigorferos. The animals are not chosen they receive few cares, therefore, the profit is low. Lately, some farmers have looked for to improve the quality of the flocks, acasalando species that if adaptam better to dry and seating research ranks, to attract more the southeastern consuming market. In the Hinterland also he has many flocks of goat, since the goats animal are adapted the dry places. In great farms, the creation is associated with the vegetal extrativismo. Different vegetal species are explored: the oiticica, licuri and especially carnaba that it appears in next areas to the fluvial valleys, where the humidity is bigger. Carnaba is called tree of the step, because of it everything is gained: the wood; the fruits, as feeding for the cattle; the seeds, that supply kitchen oil; the roots, for remedies; the leves, for covering of the houses and production of nets, hampers, ropes and mats.


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