RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - When it comes to the developments of agroecology in Brazil, one cannot help introducing Ana Maria Primavesi and her legacy to the debate. This woman agronomist and professor created the first soil management techniques that are, today, considered the basis of agroecology in the country. Primavesi's techniques have not only become a reference in the agronomy field, but have also inspired many agroecological movements in Brazil.
Primavesi's intimacy with the soil comes from a very early age: She started learning the first agriculture principles with her parents, who were small farmers in Austria. In . . .
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