Bolivia has the agricultural potential of producing three times more than what it is currently producing, and for reaching surplus levels to export foodstuff.
According to the Eastern Agriculture and Livestock Chamber and the National Association of Oleaginous Producers (ANAPO)’s representatives, Bolivia has the climate and topographic conditions for developing an extensive agriculture.
As an example, Santa Cruz de la Sierra holds the 95% of the farming land of the country, and it is focused in soy plantations.
Bolivia is betting on the extensive soy plantations, and its nutrition and protection for earning better harvests with better results in production and quality.
Biagro products, natural, ecological, safe and residue-free are suitable for protecting these extensive soy plantations, as Export Manager David Medina tells us, who has just returned from Bolivia.