Maximum Soy Productivity Challenge once again proves the efficiency and superiority of TIMAC AGRO Brasil.

Once again, TIMAC AGRO Brasil customers are at the top of the podium of the Maximum Soy Productivity Challenge. Non-irrigated champion producer Rafael Tolotti, from the South region, achieved a productivity of 123.50 bags per hectare (7.4 tonnes/ha), while João Antônio Gorgen, winner of the North/Northeast regions, reached 96.89 bags per hectare (5.8 tonnes/ha).

Year after year, TIMAC AGRO’s solutions have been helping producers to increase their yields. This is the 5th time the brand has featured in the results of the contest winners.  The 2018/2019 harvest champions used technologies such as NP Plus, TOP-PHOS, Fertileader and PROGEN Detox BR to nurture and protect their crops. As a result, they almost doubled their productivity. “Before using TIMAC products, our productivity was 70 bags per hectare (4.2 tonnes/ha),” said the current non-irrigated champion.

For Tolotti, the result at the Maximum Soy Productivity Challenge reiterates the efficiency of products and services provided by TIMAC AGRO’s team of technicians: “Using TIMAC products makes our work easier, because with efficient fertilisation we have nothing to worry about. I recommend TIMAC products because they have added value, deliver results and that’s why we trust them. Better care leads to better results,” adds Rafael Tolotti.

Maximum Soy Productivity Challenge

The Maximum Soy Productivity Challenge is organised by the Brazilian Soybean Strategic Committee (CESB), considered one of the biggest technical references for productivity improvement. The result from this edition, referring to the 2018/2019 harvest, was officially announced during a ceremony held in Londrina (PR/BR), in June.

The Brazilian Soybean Strategic Committee is a non-profit organisation made up of professionals and researchers from various fields who have come together to work strategically and use the knowledge gained in their respective careers for national soybean production.

CESB’s main product is the Maximum Productivity Challenge, which, since 2008, has seen hundreds of participants attempt to reach the goal of over 80 bags per hectare (4.8 tonnes/ha). All knowledge and techniques acquired throughout these years of challenges by the Committee are shared with producers.