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PIPE farm foresees harvest of 16 thousand tons of grains. Grupo Carrinho and REA among buyers

Among corn, sorghum, soybeans and beans, the PIPE farm, in the municipality of Cacuso, in Malanje, is confident in the good results of the harvests in what will be the first cycle of the 2022/2023 agricultural year.

: Karine Viana/Palacio Piratini
Karine Viana/Palacio Piratini  

In total, there will be 16 thousand tons of grains, including 14 thousand of corn, 750 of massambala and 650 of soy and beans.

This campaign aims to contribute to the increase in grain production, taking into account the National Plan for the Promotion of Grain Production (Planagrão).

According to the manager of the PIPE farm, Aldair Oliveira, in the first agricultural cycle around two thousand hectares of grain were cultivated. In the second cycle, seven tons of corn are expected to be harvested.

According to the official, quoted by Angop, the farm has around 3,000 tons of corn stored in silos, which will be sold to the Strategic Food Reserve.

Aldair Oliveira also advanced that Grupo Carrinho will be one of the potential buyers of the farm's agricultural products, with 3,500 hectares of corn reserved for the company and 3,500 for the remaining customers.

The farm has been innovating in terms of technological agriculture, with 15 pivots that irrigate 1300 hectares, part of an initial investment that amounts to 30 million dollars.

Technologically, the farm also has planting with GPS system and autopilot.

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