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Between 1970 and 2010, the world’s population doubled but the share of land dedicated to agriculture did not grow at the same rate. It results in the current situation characterized by strong demand for agricultural commodities, driven primarily by Chinese consumption, which increased from 27 thousand tons of soybean grains in 2005 to 102,8 thousand tons in the crop 2016/2017.
In this context Terra Santa Agro is among the largest grains and fibers producers in Brazil, in line with the sector’s growth trend on the international market.
The Company is located exclusively in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso due to its favorable conditions for agribusiness. In addition, in an effort to increase the profitability of the crops, the Company has adopted a planting risk reduction policy, which stipulates different planting protocols depending on various possible weather changes patterns.
Terra Santa Agro’s Primary Crops:
The Company’s business is subject to seasonality relating to the planting, treatment and harvest cycles of cotton, soybean, and corn in the various regions in which its farms are located. These periods, in turn, are dependent upon rainfall patterns in those regions and define how the cultivation is managed. The harvest runs from September of a given year through August of the following year.
As the following timeline illustrates: