Deserts converted into productive oasis in southern Argentina province

An oasis in the middle of the desert. That is literally Mendoza province, as one reviews its history of irrigation ditches and canals.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - There are, however, large areas of the Mendoza province, known for its wine growing in the mountainous areas, where there is still no water within producers' reach. As a result, there is a resurgence of systems seeking to reverse the fate of these lands, through new technological developments aimed at advancing towards high-standard precision agriculture.

Nicolás Viramonte, territorial sales manager of Valley, a Valmont Group company dedicated to pivot irrigation, travels the country to change realities and to be the needed bridge to achieve the unthinkable.

Thus, specific results are beginning to appear with . . .

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