Brazil's degraded soil

    Brazil Plan: To Recover Degraded Areas and Double Cattle Population

    Brazil has a plan to increase agricultural production without the use of new lands. ...

    Embrapa laboratory in Brazil

    After Ghana Brazil Takes its Agricultural Technology to South Korea

    Embrapa, the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, is on the road and crossing borders. Since ...

    Aerial view of Brazil's Embrapa

    Brazil Ready to Teach Tunisia How to Improve Wheat Growing

    Sefeddine Cherif, the ambassador of Tunisia to Brazil, wants to take the Brazilian experience ...

    Embrapa experts meet Sudanese visitors

    Sudan Wants to Learn Satellite Imaging in Farms with Brazilians

    Sudan wants to send their technicians to Brazil to receive training at the Brazilian ...

    A Brazilian germplasm bank

    Brazil’s Green Genetic Bank Soon to Be World’s Fourth Largest

    Brazil is preparing to rise in the global ranking of leading holders of plant ...

    Brazil Embrapa researchers

    Brazil and France Create Advanced Biology Consortium

    Brazil's Embrapa (Agricultural Research Corporation) is starting a partnership with the French Agricultural Research ...

    Soy plant

    Brazil’s Long Search for a Friendlier, Tastier Soy

    Soy has left its position as a simple raw material for oil to reach ...

    A biodiesel factory in Brazil

    A Whole Lot Going on in Africa Courtesy of Brazil

    Last December Morocco became the first Arab country in North Africa to establish a ...

    Brazil is mapping coffee's genome

    Tomorrow’s Coffee Is Being Invented and Grown in Brazil’s Labs

    Between one and another sip of coffee, Aristóteles Martins de Oliveira, a coffee producer ...

    Brazil Teaches Post-War Lebanon Secrets of Fruit Growing and Cattle Raising

    Last week, three technicians of the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa) who were in ...