Brazil stands at the dawn of an exciting age and has a major role to play; not only from a national and regional standpoint, but also on the world stage. To achieve goals of sustainable intensification, collaboration between the ministries, the public sector and the private sector is required. This Summit will ensure that all of these goals are aligned for the betterment of Brazilian agriculture, with the wider goal of feeding our growing global population.Download agenda (pdf)
How banks, private companies and the government can collaborate to ensure the improvement of Brazilian agriculture with the help of Private-Public Partnerships, increasing investment and reducing risk.
This session will look at the latest information on Biocontrol research, recent innovations and the potential and challenges for the adoption of Biocontrol in Brazil. (Product Showcase)
Exploring the improvement of farming incomes through the proper use of cooperatives, education and mechanisation.
Discussing strategies to implement comprehensive farm management by optimising returns on inputs while preserving resources. (Product Showcase)
Utilising aerial imagery and remote sensing data to influence farm management decisions affecting crop inputs. (Product Showcase)
Analysing the causes and devising future management strategies to reduce crop loss due to pests and disease. (Product Showcase)
The latest on the government policies that will enable progress for local and global food security, including the prevention of rural-to-urban migration. (Product Showcase)
Technological advances in storage will help to reduce waste in the post-harvest stage. In storage, considerable quantitative losses can be attributed to pests and micro-organisms. This is a particular problem in Brazil, with average temperatures of around 30 °C and ambient humidity of between 70 and 90 per cent. Farmers constantly battle with these conditions, since they are conducive to the reproduction of insect pests and microorganisms. (Product Showcase)
Overcoming the challenges facing mass adoption of crop inputs (Product Showcase)
This panel will discuss the restrictions on access to credit, insurance, as well as
the challenges with inward investment and the access to financial resources for
The Brazilian government is dedicated to providing fundamental agricultural solutions; with a focus on low carbon emissions, yield and sustainability as the key objectives for sustainable intensification. Can these three pillars successfully support Brazilian agriculture? (Product Showcase)
This panel focuses on the best practices in the soil analysis discipline, with agronomists, farmers and academia offering their insights on soil health, evading nutrient deficiencies and optimising soil pH. These discussions are designed to help maximise the effectiveness of crop inputs. (Product Showcase)
The price of Brazilian commodities in the Brazilian stock market, and by extension the final prices for farms in Brazil, are dictated by the level of trust in the Brazilian market. In which ways can we make the Brazilian Stock Exchange more attractive to potential investors?
Brazil’s economic health is closely linked to the influence of agro-commodities on a global scale, but the strict relationship between physical and technical markets (stock price and commodity value) also plays its part.
Consolidating status and discussing strategies, as well as evaluating water resource management in intensifying production systems. (Product Showcase)