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of every soil and every crop.
Choose from Cibra fertilizer lines, premium fertilizer and straight fertilizers and blends.
Micronutrients in phosphorus granules.
3 macronutrients in a single granule
Reactive natural phosphate
Mineral fertilizer made from polyhalite
Straight Fertilizers and Blends
Potassium chloride (KCl) is a fertilizer from the potassium group that has about 60% of potassium oxide (K₂O) in its composition, serving the most diverse agricultural crops.
Urea is a concentrated granulated fertilizer that provides nitrogen (N) in the amide form for the most diverse crops.
Super Simple Phosphate
Super Simple Phosphate (SSP) is a compound obtained from the treatment of rocks belonging to the natural phosphate group. A fertilizer rich in phosphorus (P) suitable for the most diverse cultures.
Monoammonium Phosphate (MAP) is a solid granular fertilizer that provides rapidly absorbed phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N) to crops.
Ammonium Sulfate (SAM) is a fertilizer with a high concentration of two macronutrients: nitrogen (N) and sulfur (S), used in its pure form.
Diammonium phosphate or DAP, as it is better known, is an excellent source of highly soluble phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N).
Blend of Elements
NPK has multi-nutrients and contains a blend of raw materials to ensure the needs of each crop. It is used to fertilize a whole crop in a single application.
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One of the most important crops in agriculture and production leader in Brazil, which is one of the largest grain producers in the world. Soybean is a source of protein for animal husbandry, it is used for the production of vegetable oil and biofuels.
Cotton is one of the main crops in Brazilian agribusiness and one of the most versatile. Various products are obtained from it, such as oil, inputs for animal feed and the textile sector. Brazil is the fourth largest producer and second largest exporter of cotton fiber in the world.
The corn crop is one of the most important in Brazil and in the world. It is the second largest in Brazilian agricultural production, surpassed only by soybeans. However, Brazil is the world's largest exporter of grain, which demonstrates its importance to the national economy.
Coffee production in Brazil is responsible for about a third of world production, making the country by far the largest producer - a position it has maintained over the last 150 years. Brazilian coffee is recognized for its high quality, which helps maintain the country's position as the largest exporter of the product.
Sugar represented the first great agricultural and industrial wealth in Brazil. It is estimated that the cultivation of sugarcane occupies an area of more than 10.2 million hectares in Brazil, which is among its largest producers in the world. Sugarcane is the basis for two important products used by humans – ethanol and sugar.
One of the main foods consumed by Brazilians, legumes are the third most consumed food in Brazil. Beans can be grown at different times and may have more than one harvest per year.
Second most cultivated cereal in the world, after corn. The wheat is cultivated in Brazil in the Midwest, Southeast, the Cerrado region in Bahia and the South region, where the largest production in the country is concentrated.
Brazil is the largest producer and consumer of rice outside Asia. Culture with wide adaptation to the soil is gronw in several regions of Brazil. It is one of the main foods in the diet of Brazilians, with high nutritional value.
The reforestation sector in Brazil mainly involves the cultivation of Eucalyptus and Pinus. The use of this crop is mainly for paper and cellulose production.. Reforestation is one of the main agricultural activities in all regions in
Pasture and Forage
Brazilian livestock is considered one of the most productive in the world. Activity with great economic potential, Brazil is one of the main producers and exporters of meat in the world.
Potato is one of the most cultivated vegetables in Brazil. Today more than 100 thousand hectares of agricultural land are destined for its production, distributed mainly in the states of Minas Gerais, São Paulo and Rio Grande do Sul.
Sources of vitamin C and other nutrients, citrus fruits currently represent one of the largest activities in the Brazilian agricultural sector. The country is the largest global producer of orange juice. There are more than 1 million rural establishments that produce between tangerine, orange and lemon. The planted area is 2.9 million hectares, producing an average of 14.9 million tons.
Tomato is one of the main Brazilian agricultural products, produced in all regions of the country. Tomatoes are present on the brazilian's diety in various forms, from the in natura product to industrialized products, such as sauces and purees.
Currently, viniculture occupies more than 78,000 hectares in Brazilian territory, and the production of grapes is around 1.5 million tons/year. About 50% fo this volume is destined for processing, for the elaboration of wines, juices and other derivatives, and 50% is marketed as table grapes.
Mango is one of the most appreciated fruits in the world, being a great source of vitamins A and C. Brazil is in 7th place in the world production of this culture, being the São Francisco Valley, which is located in Bahia state, the largest national producer of mango under irrigated conditions. Demand has increased significantly in the domestic and foreign markets, reaching compensating prices.
Brazil is in 13th place in the world in production, with a volume of about 1.1 million tons of the fruit. Apple orchards in Brazil are basically concentrated in the south of the country, mainly in Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul states. This culture is quite demanding in cultural practices, especially with regard to handling, pruning and phytosanitary treatments.
Carrots are among the most consumed vegetables by Brazilians, being widely cultivated throughout the country and in all seasons of the year, with the exception of the North region due to climatic conditions. Very popular at the Brazilians tables, this vagetable is tasty with a great nutritional value.