All CULTURES

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WHEAT

The European Union is the world's largest exporter, followed by China, India and Russia. Here in Brazil, the largest are the states of Paraná, Rio Grande do Sul, São Paulo, Minas Gerais, Goiás, Santa Catarina and Mato Grosso do Sul. Its main economic importance is the generation of direct and indirect jobs. Being one of the main raw materials for the production of most of the foods in the Brazilian food chain, such as: bread, cake, pastas in general and etc.

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SOY

In 2020, Brazil took back its position as the largest soybean producer in the world. This being our country's main export product, thanks to the increase in jobs with new fertilizer technology, agrochemical equipments and seeds. The largest soy producers are the states of Mato Grosso, Paraná and Rio Grande do Sul.

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CORN

Corn is the most important commercial plant originating in the Americas in the agricultural scenario, which Brazil is the largest exporter worldwide. It is also one of the main raw materials for animal and human food. More recently, it is used to produce ethanol.

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COTTON

The generation of revenue from plants, refers to both productivity and quality, which in turn is dictated by the target market and is related to the attributes required by the buyer. Cotton is grown for the extraction of fiber and seed oil. Cotton is a unique plant, because it is perennial with an indeterminate growth pattern, it may have the most complex structure among large crops.

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COFFEE

Brazil is the world's largest coffee producer, being one of the largest wealth generators and the most important product in national history. Most of the producing farms are located in the following states: Minas Gerais, São Paulo and Paraná.

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SUGAR CANE

Brazil is the world's largest producer of sugar cane, having great importance in the country's agribusiness. It is considered one of the greater alternatives for the biofuel sector, due to the great potential in the production of ethanol and the respective fundamental by-products in all sectors.

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BEANS

Brazil is the largest producer of beans in the world, where the main producing states are Paraná, Minas Gerais and Bahia. Beans are one of the most traditional foods in a Brazilian meal. It has a wide variety of cultivars for different conditions.

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OLERICULTURE

In Brazil, the vegetable market is a very important part of the country's economy, in terms of consumption by the general population. Despite the importance of consuming these foods for health, Brazilians still do not have a frequent habit in their daily lives. But that does not mean that this scenario is not changing. Brazilians have been adopting a more positive attitude towards fruit and vegetables.

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CITRUS

Brazil is the largest producer in the world, being the states of São Paulo, Bahia, Sergipe, Minas Gerais, Rio Grande do Sul and Pará as the ones with the largest production volume. It has a great importance in the national GDP, mainly in exports, since it is also the largest exporter of orange juice in the world.

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RICE

It is the most important basic food in the world. Brazil is the largest producer outside of Asia, and one of the largest exporters in the world. Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina are the largest producers of irrigated rice in the country. Mato Grosso and Maranhão are the largest producers of upland rice. Its economic importance for the country is due to the high consumption of grain by our population.

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