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Agrishow is the biggest and most important agricultural technology trade show in Brazil and one of the largest in the world.
It is the only trade show that brings together agricultural solutions for all types of crops and property sizes and it is recognized as the leading showcase for the main technological trends and innovations in agribusiness.
In addition to presenting innovation, new technologies and best practices in field handling techniques, Agrishow also plays an important role in developing the agricultural industry by providing a prosperous environment for doing business, making connections and driving the evolution of agribusiness in Brazil.
Science, technology, and research have enabled Brazil to ascend the highest paths and levels with records in grain production and exports, reaffirming the agribusiness as a fundamental sector for Brazilian development and positioning Brazil as the world's leading food supplier.
The transformative effect of the agricultural revolution in the last 40 years is undoubtedly the most significant fact of Brazil's recent economic history and continues to open perspectives for the country's future development.
The importance of agribusiness in the Brazilian economy:
Responsible for 25% of the Brazilian GDP in 2022, do you know some of the main characteristics of agribusiness in Brazil?
Availability: Less than 10% of Brazilian territory is used as cultivated area.
Favorable environment: This includes an abundance of water, soil suitable for cultivation, and good natural light.
Climate: Despite the favorable environment, Brazilian agribusiness faces challenges such as rain, droughts, pests, and crop diseases.
Diversification: There is a significant number of products, such as fruits, flowers, vegetables, sugar, coffee, soybeans, cotton, cocoa, wood, rubber, meat, and eggs.
Expansion technology: With the advancement of precision agriculture, Brazilian properties are increasingly equipped and connected, using applications and even drones.
Five trends in the application of technology in agribusiness in Brazil:
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