[Vc_row] [Vc_column] [Vc_column_text] The method consists of merging cultures of economic and/or agronomic interest with sugarcane to reduce costs of implantation, improve the logistics system and promote the improvement of the cultivation site (chemical, physical, biota and soil microbiota conditions). In addition, it protects the soil against erosive events during the renewal period. The technique is already used by several sugarcane processing plants in several regions of Brazil, and it can be used by producers to enable sugarcane implantation. As the acronym itself says, the species live in the area at the same time, but systematically, where some lines of sugarcane are planted and others of the species chosen for the method, legumes for example. The sugarcane planted will serve as changes for the implantation of the complete canavial, while the species chosen for the method shall be responsible for the desired benefits. [/vc_column_text] [/vc_column] [/vc_row] [Vc_row] [Vc_column width = "1/3"] [Vc_single_image image = "395" img_size = "full" alignment = "center" onclick = "link_image" css_animation = "Fadein"] [/vc_column] [Vc_column width = "1/3"] [Vc_single_image image = "396" img_size = "full" alignment = "center" onclick = "link_image" css_animation = "Fadein"] [/vc_column] [Vc_column width = "1/3"] [Vc_single_image image = "397" img_size = "full" alignment = "center" onclick = "link_image" css_animation = "Fadein"] [/vc_column] [/vc_row] [Vc_row] [Vc_column] [/vc_column] [/vc_row]