Soybean agrochemical sales in Brazil exceeded US$6 billion in 2020/21 crop year

In the evaluation by product category, foliar fungicides accounted for 41% of the total, or R$12.7 billion, with a 13% increase in sales.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The sales of agrochemicals for soy crops in the country totaled R$ 31.3  (US$6) billion in the 2020/21 crop year, a 17% increase compared to the previous crop year, Spark Intelligence reported August 4. In the evaluation by product category, foliar fungicides accounted for 41% of the total, or R$12.7 billion, with a 13% increase in sales. These products comprise the protective fungicides, according to the consulting firm.

Farmers have increased the use of protective agents in the 2020/21 cycle. The Business Intelligence Panel (BIP) study, prepared by the company . . .

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