Produced by the Ministry of Agriculture and Embrapa, the study “Agribusiness Projections, Brazil 2018/2019 to 2028/2029” predicts that the total area planted with crops in the country will increase from 75.4 million hectares to 85.68 million. 13.63% in ten years. According to the document, the expansion will occur mainly on natural pastures and degraded areas. The group brings together cotton, rice, beans, corn, soya (grain), wheat, coffee, cassava, potato, orange, tobacco, sugar cane, cocoa, cassava, grape, apple, banana, mango, melon and papaya.
Source: Canal Rural