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Productivist Agricultural Systems to Multifunctional Agriculture in the Cocoa Agrarian System in Bahia, Brazil

Abstract : "This paper, entitled Productivist agricultural systems to multifunctional agriculture in the cocoa agrarian system, in Bahia, Brazil, aims to understand the processes of knowledge transmission in the history and transformation of the cocoa agrarian system, considering the regional economic crisis that has been maintained since the 1990s, coming from the crisis of monoculture of the agricultural commodity. The transformations in rural areas are due to the expansion of rural settlements and, from a technical point of view, the transition from partially productive agriculture to agroecological and multifunctional agriculture through family agriculture and new agrarian reform settlements. Partially productivist because of the agricultural production systems in the cocoa region of the state of Bahia that has been structured, in the Atlantic Forest biome, of tropical forest, in cabruca production systems, recently recognized, as an Origin Indication (Geographical Indication), by the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI), including, historically, those patron systems, that preserved the forest, in the secular cabruca system, where the cacao was planted under secondary tropical forest, maintaining the extensive green of the south coast of the state of Bahia."
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Gustavo Bittencourt Machado. Productivist Agricultural Systems to Multifunctional Agriculture in the Cocoa Agrarian System in Bahia, Brazil. 16ème Symposium on Economics, Policies and Applications, ATINER annual conference, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Oct 2021, Athens, Greece. ⟨hal-03374907⟩

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