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BRAZIL-FARMING/
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September 23, 2011
A man holds a pile of cotton at Falavinha integrated farm in Deciolandia, in the central Brazilian state...
DECIOLANDIA, Brazil
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A man holds a pile of cotton at Falavinha integrated farm in Deciolandia, in the central Brazilian state of Mato Grosso September 7, 2011. Brazil, with its chronic social inequalities, relied on homesteading until the last decade to populate and secure its vast, United States-sized interior. Unbridled expansionist policies eventually brought environmental and trade pressure to a head in the last decade, on fears the Amazon would be lost, hastening global warming. Government efforts to rein in agriculture also threaten to derail the very investments needed by farmers to keep yields improving in existing areas and for orderly, legal expansion. Picture taken September 7, 2011. To match Feature BRAZIL-FARMING/ REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
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