Through its diverse agricultural production, Brazil plays a key role in providing food to a growing global population. Thus, Brazil is responsible for 7.3% of the world's food exports, which in turn has accounted for 25% of the GDP of agriculture over the past two decades.
This trend was bound to have an effect on soil quality in Brazil's largest agricultural regions, which has led to the growth of precision agriculture technology in the country.
We interviewed one of the founders of precision agriculture in Brazil, Professor at the University of São Paulo, President of the Brazilian Association of Precision Agriculture José Molin.
Discover how the development of precision agriculture began in the country, what is the situation in agricultural machine-building industry, the university's work with farmers and much more in our video.