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Farmer Claudio Zeni’s consideration is split between world geopolitics and tending to his 15-hectare property in Capitão Leônidas Marques, within the southern Brazilian state of Paraná, the place he vegetation soybeans, corn, and wheat, and raises 25 oxen.
“We preserve one eye on the crops and the opposite on the worldwide situation. In any case, these in agriculture depend upon the import of fertilizers. We all know there’s a scarcity of those merchandise on the worldwide market,” he says.
Though Brazil is likely one of the largest agricultural…