Ambassador Ford Inaugurates Greenhouses for Biological Control

 
     
 

Zamorano, June 2008. - On June 10th, 2008, took place the inauguration of the  greenhouses of the Biological Control Project at Zamorano, in an event presided by the US  Ambassador, Mr. Charles Ford and his wife, and with the attendance of representatives the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the Millennium Challenge Account-Honduras, Zamorano authorities and associates, governmental officers, directors, project staff and Zamorano students.

The event began at 10:30 a.m. and comprised presentations on the objectives and goals of the project currently directed by Professor Trabanino.

The program also included a test on the greenhouses operations in order to demonstrate the technology that will be applied in each of them, as well as an exhibit on the products that are being currently produced at Zamorano´s Biological Control Laboratory.

With these greenhouses, the Biological Control Project will be able to apply new technology to expand the project to the rest of Central America, facilitating research opportunities for both professional staff and students
 
 

 

 
     
 

The US Ambassador to Honduras, Mr. Charles Ford and Kenneth Hoadley, Zamorano´s Director.

 

Mrs. Lilian Ford, Ambassador  Charles Ford, Martin Ochoa, Daisy Avila,  Kenneth Hoadley and Mrs. Hoadley.

 

 


 


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