Producers in southern Tocantins are optimistic about the soy crop, many are increasing the area planted. The expectation is good because of the amount of rain expected for that season.
For the producer Ricardo Coelho, the interference of the climate is a challenge for those who plant. “The climatic issue is a preponderant fact, it is important of course you have technology, you have people focused, well-trained, equipment, but without rain, nothing works,“ he said.
In the properties, fertilizers are used to fertilize the area where the soybeans will be planted. “Each fertilizer has its action formula. Through the analysis, we can distinguish a fertilizer closer to what it needs. Fertilization will determine the amount of production, if God bless it will not lack rain, we will have a great production,“ said the agronomist engineer, Andre Teobaldo.