Soy void begins on June 27th in Goiás

Published Jun 21, 2024

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The Goiana Agricultural Defense Agency (Agrodefesa) has announced a phytosanitary measure banning the planting or maintenance of live soybean plants in Goiás from August 27 to September 24, to prevent the spread of Asian rust. During this period, producers can't plant soybeans, including tigueras, to allow for disease control. After this period, planting for the 2024/25 harvest can begin on September 25, with registration requirements through the Agricultural Defense System (Sidago) to be met within 15 days of sowing. Agrodefesa's president, José Ricardo Caixeta Ramos, emphasized the importance of adhering to the phytosanitary calendar to reduce Asian rust population and ensure plant health in the state.
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The Goiana Agricultural Defense Agency (Agrodefesa) warns that the soybean void begins on the 27th in Goiás. Therefore, until September 24th, within a period of 90 days, it will not be allowed to plant or maintain live soybean plants at any stage. of development in crops, not even tigueras. One of the objectives of the phytosanitary measure is to contribute to minimizing costs in the prevention and control of Asian rust, as well as preventing the spread of the disease in the state. According to the calendar provided for in Normative Instruction (IN) No. 02/2021, from Agrodefesa, from the 25th of September, the producer will be able to start planting in the 2024/25 harvest in Goiás soil, extending the deadline until the 2nd January 2025. Also according to IN, crop registration must also be done with the Agricultural Defense System (Sidago) within 15 days after the end of soybean sowing. “Rural producers in Goiás know that it is necessary to follow the phytosanitary calendar and ...
Source: CanalRural
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