Guamúchil, Sinaloa.- Before the strong rains that struck the night before in the Évora region, Producers assured that no severe damage was recorded.

The president of the Irrigation Module V-II, Saúl González Contreras pointed out that despite the power of the previous night rain, no damage was reported in the trails.

Except that in the morning, the field workers had to wait for the sun to warm the land a little more that was wet to continue with their daily work.

“So far we have not received reports of damage, it seems that the winds did not affect the threshing,” said González Contreras.

For his part, Melesio Castro, an agricultural producer, assured that his plots are unaffected. “What may be affected a little bit is corn, but we haven’t heard about that either,” he said.

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While others waited for the sun to dry the land, the manager of nine hectares of sorghum already had his workers threshing regularly.

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