Gazeta do Sul team accompanied the production of the fruit that feeds the economy, especially in the pole of the high regions of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina
Just as the routine of Santa Cruz do Sul and the Pardo River Valley is fulfilled at the pace of the tobacco cycle, other regions are strongly supported, in equal measure, on different agribusiness sectors. This is the case of one of the fruits most appreciated by Brazilians, also relevant in the trade balance: the apple. It feeds the economy especially in the pole of the high regions of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina, with Vacaria and Fraiburgo as references – the portico of access to Fraiburgo even informs that the visitor is arriving in the Capital of Apple.
And the Gazette, although it has its headquarters in the largest tobacco processing center in the world, is also a regular presence in the land of the apple. Who fulfills this mission is the team of Editora Gazeta, specialized in agribusiness yearbooks, which publishes the Brazilian Yearbook of Fruit Growing since the beginning of the 21st century. In addition to contemplating the main sectors of Brazilian fruit growing in panoramic publication, gazeta has also directed, for five years, a specific yearbook for pomiculture, as is known the production of apples: the Brazilian Yearbook of Apple. This publication presents the production environment in Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina, and also with attention to new productive areas, such as the Serra do Sudeste do Sul, in the case of Encruzilhada do Sul, and also the Brazilian Northeast. Yes: thanks to the role of research, apple trees today are adapted to the tropical reality in Bahia, Pernambuco and other northeastern regions.
Source: Gazeta do Sul Newsroom