Crops Grown in Brazil?


Examples of crops that are grown in Brazil include: coffee, citrus fruits (like oranges, lime), soybeans, rice, bananas, sugarcane, cocoa, cotton and tobacco, among others. Brazil is also considered the world's third largest producer of Genetically Modified (GM) crops.
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Brazil is most known for coffee, citrus fruits (like oranges, lime etc) soybeans, rice, corn, sugarcrane, cocoa, cotton, tobacco and bananas.
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