Weidingsintegrasie met Landbou en Bosbou help om Produktiwiteit in die Landboubesigheid te Verhoog

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Produce more food, fiber and still performs environmental services. The Crop-Livestock-
F o r e s t i n t e g r a t i o n system is one of the few technologies that make
it possible harmonize these two demands of the world. Its usage in different regions of the
country was the subject of an important meeting last month. The event was organized by the
Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa) and took place at the Federation of Agriculture and Goiás
Farming (FAEG) and also counted with an exchange of experiences among journalists, who deal
daily with the agribusiness coverage, and agriculture in Goiás.

According to Flavio Wruck, an Embrapa researcher, for the next ten years the scenario for
integrated systems in Brazil is 10 million hectares of degraded pastures. Using Crop-Livestock
integration, Crop-Forest Integration, Livestock-Forest Integration and Crop-livestock-Forest
Integration, the increase could be around 45 million tons in grain production. "The annual growth
may be 1.5% to 2% in grain and meat production," he said.

Crop-livestock-Forest Integration promotes the recovery of degraded pasture areas and also
continue, on the same property, different production systems, such as grains, fiber, meat, milk
and bioenergy. "In addition, it improves soil fertility by applying techniques and cropping systems
suitable for its usage optimization and intensification. Thus, it enables the diversification of
economic activities in the property and minimizes the risk of frustration due to climatic events or
market conditions.

The integration also reduces chemicals usage, opening of new areas for agricultural purposes,
and environmental liabilities. As per Wruck, it also allows the biodiversity increase the erosion
process control through ground cover maintenance. Combined with conservative practices such
as direct plantation, is an economic and sustainable alternative to raise the productivity of
degraded areas.

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Source: Federação da Agricultura e Pecuária Goiás - FAEG

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