Japan provide grants assistance to cotton industry in Belize

YarnsandFibers News Bureau, 2016-02-20 14:00:00 - Japan

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Japan provide grants assistance to  cotton industry in Belize

The Government of Japan provides additional assistance to budding Sea Island Cotton industry, Belize. Cotton crop yields are much higher than any other agricultural product in Belize, including sugar cane, but cotton farming requires different kinds of equipment. The Japanese, who are knowledgeable in the harvesting and processing of cotton, has offered this kind of support, as well as the equipment to produce cotton.

A year ago, Japan also assisted the industry, which was originally started in 1980 by a US company. The Japanese since 2000, has been managing the industry, through a cooperative called ICA.

On Tuesday, Japan handed over two tractors worth $205,000 to ICA Belize, a local cotton growing company owned by Japanese-belizean businessman Kensuke Inoue, under the aegis of the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security projects of Japan.

Benefiting cotton farmers with the potential to strengthen the relationship between both countries, the Embassy of Japan, wished the project success and said that Belize produces some of the best cotton in the world.

The gifts complement an ongoing project, which Japan revived to benefit both countries. Japan’s demand for cotton far surpasses the world’s supply and Belize can earn much-needed cash by exporting the product.

Belize’s weather conditions and soil quality bodes well for Belize’s ability to produce top quality cotton. In a productive year, the country can produce 30,000 pounds of dried cotton, which represents $160,000 in earnings from Japan and Europe.

There are six local farmers in Buena Vista, Little Belize, Shipyard and Bomba who are involved in the project.

Cotton harvesting is tedious and laborious, it must be done by hand so as not to damage the fibers. The development of the industry provides for job creation, with between 150-200 cotton pickers per cotton field.

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Related Keywords: a local cotton growing company, Belize, budding sea island cotton industry, cotton crop yeids are much higher, cotton farming, Government of Japan, harvesting and processing cotton, ICA Belize, Japan handed over two tractors, Japanese knowledgeable, provides additional grant assistance, requires different kinds of equipment

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Japan provide grants assistance to  cotton industry in Belize

The Government of Japan provides additional assistance to budding Sea Island Cotton industry, Belize. Cotton crop yields are much higher than any other agricultural product in Belize, including sugar cane, but cotton farming requires different kinds of equipment. The Japanese, who are knowledgeable in the harvesting and processing of cotton, has offered this kind of support, as well as the equipment to produce cotton.

A year ago, Japan also assisted the industry, which was originally started in 1980 by a US company. The Japanese since 2000, has been managing the industry, through a cooperative called ICA.

On Tuesday, Japan handed over two tractors worth $205,000 to ICA Belize, a local cotton growing company owned by Japanese-belizean businessman Kensuke Inoue, under the aegis of the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security projects of Japan.

Benefiting cotton farmers with the potential to strengthen the relationship between both countries, the Embassy of Japan, wished the project success and said that Belize produces some of the best cotton in the world.

The gifts complement an ongoing project, which Japan revived to benefit both countries. Japan’s demand for cotton far surpasses the world’s supply and Belize can earn much-needed cash by exporting the product.

Belize’s weather conditions and soil quality bodes well for Belize’s ability to produce top quality cotton. In a productive year, the country can produce 30,000 pounds of dried cotton, which represents $160,000 in earnings from Japan and Europe.

There are six local farmers in Buena Vista, Little Belize, Shipyard and Bomba who are involved in the project.

Cotton harvesting is tedious and laborious, it must be done by hand so as not to damage the fibers. The development of the industry provides for job creation, with between 150-200 cotton pickers per cotton field.

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