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Agadir, Morocco, April, 12th, Tottori Resource Recycling, Inc. Japanese foamed glass manufacturer through glass recycling technology, and its subsidiary Tottori Resource Recycling Morocco S.A.R.L(TRR group) showcase its water saving solution for agriculture at SIAM 13th edition (La 13ème édition du Salon International de l’Agriculture au Maroc) in Meknes, Morocco from 24th to 29th April 2018.
Morocco has a huge agriculture industry, on the other hand, agricultural areas such as Souss Massa region, which is the center of vegetable production, locate in arid and semi-arid zone, and the sustainable water resource use is a pressing issue. In addition, it’s expected to decrease a rainfall caused by climate change, predicted to decline 20-30% by the end of this century, according to UNDP (Reference: UNDP climate change adaptation)。
Tottori Resource Recycling, Inc. have conducted an experimental project for realizing water saving agriculture by using foamed glass “Porous Alpha” since June 2015, at experimentation field in Souss Massa, Morocco, assisted by support program for Japanese SME’s oversea business development of JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency), in the project, TRR group realized 50% water and fertilizer saving and more than 20% yield increase in Tomato and Green beans crops.
Tottori Resource Recycling, Inc. created their subsidiary, Tottori Resource Recycling Morocco S.A.R.L in Agadir, Morocco at May 2017, to provide production improving solution for farmers through water and fertilizer saving and yield increase.
TRR group promote an innovative soil improvement agent “Porous Alpha” in SIAM for farmers to improve their productivity. Please refer to the following information to find exhibition detail.
SIAM 13th edition
Period ：24th to 29th April 2018
Place ：Meknes, Morocco
Exhibition zone ：Agro-Fournitures
Company booth ：A73
Mail: email@example.com (Naoyuki KANO)
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 http://adaptation-undp.org/explore/northern-africa/morocco (Accessed 29th March 2018)