CFCS Dominican Republic

CFCS and the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic has held the Annual Meeting of the Caribbean Food Crops Society on four occasions. The first meeting took place in the year 1970. In 1979 there were more than 80 scientific papers, with a turnout of around 120 people from different countries of the Caribbean, Central and South America. The third meeting was in 1992 and there were more than 90 scientific papers, with a turnout of more than 105 people. The forth meeting was in 2000 and there were more than 120 scientific papers, with a turnout of more than 165 people.


CFCS Meeting 2010 Dominican Republic

Again, the Dominican Republic will host the 46th Annual Meeting of the Society of Caribbean Food Crops for the year 2010, ten years after the last meeting. In this scenario, after a decade, our country will have the opportunity to once again present our research outcomes and technological development activities that are transforming our agricultural sector.  This meeting will give our Dominican engineers and scientists the opportunity to present to our international guests our national agricultural development plan and stimulate technical exchange.