Download material about Good Agricultural Practices.
Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), according to FAO/OMS, "consists on the application of knowledge available to the sustainable use of the basic natural resources for the production, benevolently, of food and non-food agricultural products, safe and healthy, while having economic viability and social stability"
Extensive farming means cereal crops and oilseeds which are made in large areas, and also similar processes in the production cycle-crop-storage-packaging and transportation.
This handbook has been prepared by the Working Group on Agriculture of the FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean. The objective of this paper is to disseminate the basic concepts of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), to focus on production systems towards a sustainable and environmentally safe agriculture.
In recent years, the emergence of new pests, more aggressive diseases, in greater numbers, and with environmental conditions which are not favorable began to observe that the treatments with pesticide products lose efficiency, or at least do not observe efficiency in the same proportion as years ago.
Download this table that indicates the volume per hectare depending on the drop size, drop noozles and speed.
The introduction of no tillage practices intensified the adoption of technology, mainly planters and sprayers as precision equipment.