Brazil is one of the greatest producers in the whole world. Whilst its agro-industrial activity is widely known, its technological capacity is less so.
Brazil’s participation at Expo Milano 2015, with a pavilion measuring 4,133 square meters, is an occasion for showing the world its typical research activities and its models of production and consumption. Its improvements in cultivation, in fact, derive from an adaptation to the various natural, biological, climatic and cultural conditions.
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