SOYBEAN PRODUCTION COST IN THE NORTHERN REGION OF MATO GROSSO STATE - BRAZIL: A CASE STUDY

Autores

  • João Paulo Lopes
  • Eduarda Santos
  • Andrecia Silva
  • Jhécika Furtado
  • Rodrigo Santos

Palavras-chave:

Commodities, Large cultures, Profitability

Resumo

The study aimed to analyze the economic feasibility of implanting two soybean varieties, NS 7901 RR and NEO 750 IPRO, grown in northern Mato Grosso state, Brazil. The study was conducted in two areas of one hectare each during the 2021/2022 harvest. For the economic analysis, the indicators Gross Revenue (RB), Net Revenue (RL), Benefit-Cost Ratio (RB/C), Leveling Point (PN), Profitability Index (IL), Safety Margin (MS) were considered, and Equilibrium Price (EP). A sensitivity analysis was also carried out with five different scenarios. Soybean NS 7901 RR presented productivity of 70 bags/ha, resulting in RB = R$ 11,711.00; RL = R$ 4,467.72; RB/C = 1.62; PN = 43.30; IL = 38%; MS = -38% and PE = R$ 103.48 and the NEO 750 IPRO soybean, which obtained a production of 65 bags/ha, presenting as results RB = R$ 10,874.50; RL = R$ 3,577.25; RB/C = 1.49; PN = 43.62; IL = 33%; MS = -33% and PE = R$ 112.27. Through sensitivity analysis, it was possible to verify that for soybean NS 7901 RR, all scenarios were positive results, while for soybean NEO 750 IPRO, scenario 5 showed negative results. Such results show that the two cultivars were viable. However, through comparisons of production costs, it was possible to observe that the RR soybean was more profitable.

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2023-06-26

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Lopes, J. P. ., Santos, E. ., Silva, A. ., Furtado, J. ., & Santos, R. . (2023). SOYBEAN PRODUCTION COST IN THE NORTHERN REGION OF MATO GROSSO STATE - BRAZIL: A CASE STUDY. ENCICLOPEDIA BIOSFERA, 20(44), 344-356. Recuperado de https://conhecer.org.br/ojs/index.php/biosfera/article/view/5660

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