According to Tereza Cristina, the ministry's focus for rural credit for this crop will be on small and medium-sized producers, corn prices, tax incentives, rural insurance, funrural, MP, crop plan, parametric insurance
The Minister of Agriculture, Tereza Cristina, said on Tuesday, 23, that she intends to launch a 2021/22 Crop Plan “better” than the one presented for the 2020/21 harvest.
“We will do everything possible so that this Safra Plan (2021/22) serves the largest number of producers, maintaining the focus of the ministry on small and medium producers”, said Tereza Cristina in an online event for the official launch of the anticipated funding of the 2021 harvest / 22 of Banco do Brasil, without detailing how the ministry intends to increase the Safra 2021/22 Plan.
On the occasion, the minister reinforced that credit contractions within the 2020/21 harvest (between July 2020 and January this year) already total R $ 135.4 billion, 17% more than the volume recorded in the same period of the harvest. last. Of this amount, R $ 72.7 billion (13%) was used to finance production.
Tereza Cristina mentioned that the resources of the ABC program, aimed at activities to recover areas and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, have already ended, but celebrated that more than 50 million hectares have been recovered, between degraded pastures and areas where the Forestry Livestock Integration (ILPF) system was adopted.
“Sustainability is a very important topic today and cannot be outside the (radar of) Brazilian rural producers”, commented the Minister of Agriculture. At the BB ceremony, she again spoke of the need for the sector to have “increasingly more partners” in rural credit “believing in our business”, as well as “new credit”.
The minister also highlighted the importance of offering resources for producers to anticipate the purchase of inputs for the next harvest with lower prices now.
As at this time a large number of trucks travel from the producing regions to the country's ports, vehicles can return with fertilizers and other inputs to the production areas, reducing the cost of freight for the input industry and, consequently, for producers .
Source: Estadão Content