By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Brazil may register the largest agricultural production in its history in 2017, according to data by the Brazil’s National Supply Company (Conab). The production is expected to increase up to 15.6 percent from 2016 results, and the harvests could total from 210.9 million to 215.1 million tons.
“The increase of income in the (planting) fields occur thanks to the competence of our producers, the climate, but, mainly, to the incorporation of technologies, in addition to long-term credit lines,” said Neri Geller, Agricultural Policy secretary at . . .