Change analyses of coffee soil cover in the state of Parana [Brazil]

a case study

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20396/labore.v15i00.8666058

Palavras-chave:

Retração, Substituição, Área plantada

Resumo

Coffee is a crop of great agronomic interest worldwide. It is one of the most negotiable tropical products, and it has been gaining “specialty” status around the world, with increasing number of plantations in places with Geographical Indications. Studies show that coffee has been undergoing recent changes in planting area, due to different economic, social, cultural, and climatic reasons. The change of in the planted area of a crop causes many different events; among them, the substitution of it for other agricultural crops. As such, sugarcane is a crop that has been recently gaining space, as its planted area increased considerably. In this sense, this work sought to analyze the change in the use and occupation of coffee soil in the State of Paraná between 1998 and 2018, comparing it with the change in the use of sugarcane soil; with altitude; and with regions with indication of source in the state. The results suggest a reduction of 92.29% of the planted area of coffee and an increase of 289.87% in the planted area of sugarcane. The results also suggests that coffee was replaced by sugarcane in some sites. The remaining coffee plantations were concentrated in the region of indication of source in the Northern region of the state, which has lower altitudes.

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Biografia do Autor

José Gabriel Vaz de Lima, Centro del Colegio Adventista de Sao Paulo

Investigador del Centro del Colegio Adventista de Sao Paulo - Unasp

Priscila Pereira Coltri, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Pesquisador da Universidad Estatal de Campinas - UNICAMP.

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2021-10-07

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Vaz de Lima, J. G., & Coltri, P. P. . (2021). Change analyses of coffee soil cover in the state of Parana [Brazil]: a case study. Labor E Engenho, 15(00), e021010. https://doi.org/10.20396/labore.v15i00.8666058