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One of the lines of work that shuffle is related to Agroforestry, a technique that allows the coexistence of a woody component and a crop, in the same farm. According to Rosa Mosquera, at the meeting recently held in Lugo with the dean of Faculty of Agriculture Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (UMY), Indira Prabasari, they value rice plantations, combined with poplar, and wheat and corn with mango.

The professor of the Department of Vexetal Production and Projectos de Enxeñaría of the Polytechnic, Rosa Mosquera, also an expert in climate change, will travel to Indonesia before the end of the year to delimit the lines of collaboration between the Campus Terra of the USC and the UMY.