Chile: Measuring their water footprint would allow the agricultural sector to save 30% of their water

Fresh Plaza (June 28, 2013) | The Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) developed the study “Determination of the water footprint and strategies for water resource management,” in order to measure the amount of water used in the cultivation of the 20 most important Chilean agricultural products, by economic impact: grapes, pisco grapes, avocado, olive, citrus, cherry, blueberry, canning peach, plum, kiwi, apple, beet, fresh and industrial tomatoes, among others.