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Sugarcane and soybean rotation boosts São Paulo’s agribusiness

São Paulo is the leading sugarcane producer in Brazil, but the crop rotation has made soybean gain more and more space in the state's plantations.

According to the Center for Advanced Studies in Applied Economics (Cepea), São Paulo's agribusiness GDP grew by more than 8% in 2020, and soy represents an important slice of this amount.

Araraquara, 280 km from the capital, illustrates the harmonious coexistence between the two cultures.

Even with the high production costs, the city's producers believe that the weather will be favorable for this harvest and will compensate for the expenditures . . .

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