Thank you so much for sharing this! It’s really hopeful to see that monoculture if it wants can respect and protect bioversity, what some ecologits have been saying for decades! Coming from a sugar cane and from Brazil which haven’t respect its forest for decades, it’s really important. Like the agronomist said on the video: it’s not the monoculture itself that hurts the biodiversity but HOW the monoculture is done, taken care.

The native brazilians had their own monoculture of manioc, corn, in smaller scale, but it was in respect of the nature, and it had worked.


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