The 2022-2023 harvest will begin on November 16 in the Izúcar de Matamoros region

It is estimated that 1,748,400 tons of cane ready to be industrialized, a daily milling average of 9,190 tons of cane.

Enid Herrera

Cane cutters in the Izúcar de Matamoros region are already preparing their machetes to be used in the 2022-2023 harvest process, which will begin on Wednesday, November 16.

The sugar cane harvest at the Atencingo Sugar Mill is scheduled for 191 working days, during which 2,273 cutters will be employed.

This harvest is of great value in the region, since it generates 75,000 direct jobs and 75,000 indirect jobs, which benefits 150,000 families in the southern part of the State.

All the crews of the municipalities such as Tilapa, Tepeojuma, Tlapanalá, Chietla, Atencingo, to name a few, will work as cutters, haulers, machinists, workers and producers from this month of November 2022 until mid-May 2023.

This Monday, as is customary, in the municipality of Tepeojuma, the drivers who transport the sugar cane to the Mill attended a mass to bless their cargo trucks, hoping that the next six months will be safe.

Thus, for this beginning of the harvest, an estimated 1,748,400 tons of cane ready to be industrialized, a daily milling average of 9,190 tons of cane.

Meanwhile, the sugar mill and sugarcane organizations have considered harvesting an area of ​​15,612 hectares of the sweet stick, with an average field yield of 111.98 tons per hectare.

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