Viabilidade econômica de plantio de soja verão e milho safrinha para o Sul do MS no sistema de arrendamento
Alternative titleEconomic viability summer soybean and corn crops South of the MS in the leasing system
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Soybean cultivation in first season and corn in the second season, currently represent the main crop succession system used in Brazil. However, it is necessary to know the behavior of prices paid to farmers and production costs, both from past seasons as the current crop so that the farmers can plan future actions, watching as the cost components can be managed to increase its profitability and the viability of the business. This study aimed assess the economic viability of succession RR soybean and soybean Intacta RR2 PRO/Bt corn off-season for the harvest 2014/2015, in the State of Mato Grosso do Sul in lease system. The technologies presented in training costs in this work are those that are commonly used in practice by most of the farmers in Mato Grosso do Sul. In the economic viability analysis of elucidated succession system were considered the price factors and existing products in April 2015. For this, input prices were collected in cooperatives, resellers and commercial company representatives in the region. Three cooperatives were visited in Amambaí and interviewed two representatives, a cooperative in Sete Quedas, a cooperative in Tacuru, a cooperative in Eldorado and a cooperative in Novo Mundo. To the rental system, the cultivation of soybean Intacta RR2 PRO in its first season, followed by Bt maize in the second season is more economically viable, especially by spending less on pesticides with the use of this soybean cultivar.