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Arysta life science partnership training brazilian farmers for proper use of agrochemicals

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The goal is to help Brazilian farmers training in the correct use of pesticides, thus avoiding environmental damage and contamination of food.

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Arysta life science partnership training brazilian farmers for proper use of agrochemicals

  1. 1. Arysta LifeScience partnership training Brazilian farmers for proper use ofagrochemicalsSummary:The goal is to help Brazilian farmers training in the correct use of pesticides, thusavoiding environmental damage and contamination of food.Tag:Culture, partnership, Soybean, Production, Supply, FactorsApply Well Program, developed by the partnership of Arysta LifeScience and the AgronomicInstitute of Campinas, achieved the milestone of 30,000 people trained and 800 farms visitedin 2012.The program performs a roaming training and assistance to farmers throughout Brazil and hasbeen present in 20 Brazilian states. The goal is to help Brazilian farmers training in the correctuse of pesticides, thus avoiding environmental damage and contamination of food.With the success of two units of training furniture, called Tech Furniture, which are laboratoriesmounted in vans that carry out more than 300 activities per year throughout the Brazilianterritory, Apply Well Program won the 3rd training unit to begin activities in 2013.Besides professional training, the program also evaluates sprayers, collecting data on thestatus of the equipment, which enables Apply Well Program to launch a database withunprecedented information about the quality of sprayers in Brazil.On Feb. 8, 2013, the Mato Grosso Soybean and Cron Producers Association (Aprosoja)announced that about 28.5% of the area planted with soybean has been harvested in MatoGrosso do Sul and the soybean harvest in the 2012/13 season will end by March 15, 2013.According to the data from the the National Supply Company (Conab), Mato Grosso do Sulplanted a total of 2.017 million ha. of soybean in the season of 2012/13, which is 11.1%greater than 1.815 million ha. in the same period of 2011/12. In addition, thanks to thefavorable weather condition in this state, its expected that the production of soybean willwitness a significant growth of 30.7%, increasing from 4.628 million tonnes in 2011/12 to 6.051million tonnes in 2012/13.Crop Protection South America Monthly Report is a monthly publication released by CCM’s. Itoffers timely update and close follow up of South Americas various kind of Crop marketdynamics, analyze the market data and trends. Major columns include companies currentdynamics and market situation, a close watch of government policies and regional dynamics.About CCM
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