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St. Vincent and the Grenadines has set itself on the world stage in the 21st Century in the areas of global matters, regional and local enhancement. The construction of the Argyle International Airport, the current widespread improvement in the travel industry, fisheries expansion, biodiversity conservation, and environmentally friendly power vitality/geothermal exploration places this geographically small island in the “Rising Star” category globally. Today, the offspring of the almost two decades old Education Revolution are returning to their nation. This is taking place at when the island’s Agricultural Sector is deepening its diversification creation platform aimed to increase the profitability of the parts to raise the standard of living of those that rely upon this burgeoning Industry.
The as of late passed Plant Breeders Rights Act, has opened the entryway for scientists from around the world to come to St. Vincent and the Grenadines to direct research, knowing that their work will be legally secured.
The emerging present day plant-based medicinal research industry in the Caribbean is the future, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines is leading on this path. The island’s Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Saboto Caesar, communicated satisfaction that St. Vincent and the Grenadines has had the option to attract specialists interested in exploring the medicinal value of indigenous plants, cannabis and other plants that may flourish in tropical conditions and have medicinal properties. He sees the research of these plants for medicinal purposes as an industry.
The island’s childhood working alongside local, regional and international investors have started creating breakthroughs in plant-based medicine. The extraction of plant-based oil may possibly be the island’s equivalent of an Oil Industry. The research work in plant breeding will also impact nourishment crops. More disease tolerant and gainful plants will be introduced to farmers. The Biotechnology Lab possessed and operated by the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines will play a central job in this advancement.
The open doors in St. Vincent and the Grenadines are interminable. The Medicinal Cannabis Authority is completing a state of the art research and testing lab; a cutting edge extraction facility is relied upon to be charged by mid-2020, and several research shows surrounding plant-based medicine will take place this year on the island.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines has effectively established a brand in the Western Hemisphere as a prime destination for the travel industry as well as for research in plant-based medicine. This new era is relied upon to attract investors interested in funding researchers, with the ultimate goal – the improvement of healthcare for all of humanity.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines: A technopole for plant based research in the 21st Century
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