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I. Money and Agriculture
Post-War Period .
V. Agricultural Migrations in the Post-War Years
VI. Agricultural Statistics .
I. Tribute to the Government and People of Venezuela
Dealing With Food and Agriculture.
ference on Agriculture.
X. Inter-American Agricultural Credit .
XV. Ceiling Prices for Coffee .
cultural and Livestock Industries in the Continent
creasing the Production of Farm Products .
XXV. Storage of Agricultural Products
the Production of Wheat and Its By-Products XXVII. Gardens of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants
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cultural Diseases and Plagues . XXIX. Immunity Against Cereal Blights .
XXX. Biological Control of Pests. .
Food and Medicinal Plants
Subtropical Livestock of America
XL. Protection of Llamas, Alpacas, Vicuñas and Karakuls .
tries of the Americas
XLV. Development and Utilization of Forest Products
ture and Forestry.
L. Water and Soil Conservation .
of the Inter-American Society of Soil Science .
ing Soft Fibers .
tural Crops and Farm Industries, by Means of Primary and
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LXV. Exchange of Experts and Students
LXX. Increased Consumption of Fishery Products .
Agricultural Products .
LXXX. Regulation of Prices of Land for Colonization .
the Sparsely Populated Countries.
and of a Migration and Colonization Office in the Pan
American Statistical Institute
XCV. Inter-American Agricultural Information Service .
Conference on Agriculture .
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The Governing Board of the Pan American Union, in the exercise of the power granted it by Resolution LX, adopted by the Second Inter-American Conference on Agriculture, which was held in Mexico City from July 6 to 16, 1942, resolved, after consulting with the Government of the United States of Venezuela, that the Third Meeting on Agriculture be held in Caracas. After formulating the Agenda and Regulations of the Conference, the period between July 24 and August 7, 1945 was set aside for the holding of the Conference. Having fulfilled these requisites, the Government of the United States of Venezuela proceeded to extend an invitation to the Governments of the other Member countries of the Pan American Union, all of which accepted the invitation and appointed the following Delegations which are listed below:
H. E. Roberto Guirola M., Minister of Agriculture
H. E, Eduardo Goyzueta V.
H. E. Enrique Asturias Beltranena
Mr. Federico Rölz Bennett
H. E. Luis Tamayo, Minister of National Economy
H, E. Santiago Rivas Camacho
H. E. Ciro Molina Garcés Advisers:
Dr. Carlos Madrid Salazar
Dr. Rafael Barrios Ferrer
Mr. Carlos Pérez
Mr. J. Emilio López
H. E. Menalco Solís
H. E. Ramón A. Vega Advisers:
Mr. Guillermo Villegas
Mr. Enrique Martinelli
H. E. Marte R. Gómez, Secretary of Agriculture and Development Delegates:
H. E. Eduardo Morillo Safa
H. E. José Figueroa
Mr. Miguel R. Cárdenas
Mr. Juvencio Samaniego Dávila
Mr. Ignacio de la Torre
H. E. Julio Zuazo Cuenca, Minisier of Agriculture
H. E. José Muñoz Paz
H. E. Germán Alvarez Fuentes, Minister of Agriculture
H. E. Arturo Mañas
H. E. Casto Ferragut
Mr. Gerardo Fernández
H. E. José Joaquín Peralta, Secretary of Agriculture