Opportunity for Fertilizers in the Dominican Republic

Among the main products demanded by the Caribbean country are pesticides and organic fertilizers, bio-controllers, biological, botanical and general products for non-conventional agriculture.

Friday, June 16, 2017

From the executive summary of Procomer's study of "Pesticides and Fertilizers in the Dominican Republic

- The Dominican Republic has a smaller land area than Costa Rica, however 49% of its area is arable, making the country a strong consumer of pesticides and fertilizers. 

- Among its main agricultural products are sugar cane, rice, tobacco, roots and tubers, and coffee. Products with which the Costa Rican suppliers of pesticides and fertilizers are very familiar.  

- DR is a country dependent on raw material both for the formulation and distribution of these products. In 2016, imports exceeded USD 195 million, compared to the USD 22 million exported.  

Read full report (in spanish).

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