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Regenerative agriculture boosts sugar cane yield in Brazil

by Futures Centre, Feb 12
1 minute read

Leontino Balbo from Brazil, owner of the world’s largest organic sugar cane farm, has boosted yield through new harvesting techniques that reduce soil compression and soil loss and increase biodiversity and water retention.

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Balbo’s company Agros Fortis is now developing a weed control robot to spread similar practice to the conventional sector.

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