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In the Vale Agricola 305 YouTube video from February 24, 2024, the focus shifts to the stories of various farmers and agricultural practices. One segment features Ana Cláudia and Dener, a couple from Santa Catarina, Brazil, who spend eight months working in a sorbet shop in Germany and the remaining time producing pitaya in Brazil. The opportunity allows them to earn more money and build a better future. Another segment shares the experience of a farmer who started a pitaya farm and the challenges of running it alone during the harvest season. The video also invites farmers to contact for fertilizers and encourages viewers to visit the Copper Campus technological show. A segment on Dona Iris, an 81-year-old farmer, shares her personal experiences and farming practices, as well as her struggles with cancer and loneliness. The video concludes with a discussion on the art of manual embroidery and a traditional recipe for a homemade refrigerant. Throughout the video, various ways to buy and sell animals, properties, machinery, and implements through Agro are discussed, along with the security and quality offerings of Agroshop.

  • 00:00:00 In this section of the Vale Agrícola 305 YouTube video from February 24, 2024, the focus is on a couple from Santa Catarina, Brazil, named Ana Cláudia and Dener. They spend eight months of the year working in a sorbet shop in Senftenberg, Germany, and the remaining time in Brazil producing pitaya. This opportunity allows them to earn more money quickly and build a better future due to the lower cost of living in Germany. The couple met while working in different industries and eventually fell in love. They decided to marry and move to Germany to take advantage of this opportunity. The region of Santa Catarina is known for attracting young people seeking new opportunities abroad, and they return with valuable knowledge. Pitaya, a new and unique crop, emerged in 2018, and the couple discovered it while working at the IPAG.
  • 00:05:00 In this section of the Vale Agricola 305 YouTube video from February 24, 2024, the speaker shares his experience of discovering and starting a pitaya farm. He was initially intrigued by the idea after attending a fair and learning about the crop's potential. The farm began with a small area of production, but over the years, it grew to over 2,000 feet. The pitaias are grown on wooden palanquets with a 4-meter distance between rows and 1-meter distance between plants. They are irrigated and start producing in December, with harvesting lasting until May, depending on the weather conditions. The speaker shares the challenges of running the farm alone during the harvest season, needing help for picking and delivering the pitaias. He also mentions the importance of manual pollination and the long hours required during the season. Despite these challenges, the couple made the decision to continue living and working in Brazil, having built a house and found success with their pitaya farm. They plan to sell their pitaias locally and even make sorbet to sell. The speaker also mentions learning about different methods of selling the pitaias and encourages the audience to try making a pitaya sorbet. Overall, the video shares the story of a couple's journey to start and grow a successful pitaya farm in Brazil.
  • 00:10:00 In this section of the YouTube video titled "VALE AGRICOLA 305 (24/02/2024)", the speakers encourage farmers to contact them through the website for fertilizers that provide greater profitability and productivity. They also invite viewers to visit FBA at stand 177b during the Copper Campus technological show from February 27 to 29 in Campos Novos, Santa Catarina. The third most-watched report of 2023 featured the story of Dona Iris, an 81-year-old farmer from Feliz in Rio Grande do Sul. Every day, she carefully tends to her livestock and crops, including potatoes, beans, sugarcane, alfalfa, and aipim. Born and raised in the same location, Dona Iris married at the age of 21 but the marriage did not last. She had a cesarean section when her son Gilberto was born in the city hospital, but developed an infection and had to stay with her parents for several months. In the 1980s, she moved into this house built in the chimney technique, which she purchased in 1965. The house is 40-41 years old, and the kitchen was added in the 1950s. Dona Iris lost her son Beto seven years ago, who was 51 when he was diagnosed with cancer. Both her father and son died from cancer, and she suspects that the cause may be related to the use of a particular fertilizer.
  • 00:15:00 In this section of the YouTube video titled "VALE AGRICOLA 305 (24/02/2024)", a woman named Dona Iris shares her personal experiences and farming practices. She mentions having cancer and being unable to walk, and expresses her loneliness. Despite her challenges, she continues to care for her livestock, including pigs, sheep, and horses, with the help of her brother and nephews. She also talks about the difficulties of farming, such as removing stones from the pasture and dealing with drought. Despite these challenges, she remains determined and proud of her work. The video has gained over 4 million views and has been popular on social media.
  • 00:20:00 In this section of the Vale Agricola 305 YouTube video, which took place on February 27-29, 2024, at the Coper Campus demonstrative farm in Campos Novos, Santa Catarina, the focus was on efficiency and innovation in agriculture. The show welcomed some of the biggest names in Brazilian agriculture, promoting secure investments such as pine forests, which can generate income while utilizing a portion of one's property. For those interested in starting a forest, technical assistance is available through the Refloresta program. Other topics included innovative solutions for forage harvesting, such as Realização Group's Foema Colhedora de Forragens and Bocuda, and the importance of adapting to changes in farming, production, and COB. The show also featured a visit to Dona Iris's farm in Rio Grande do Sul, where various improvements were discussed, including a new refrigerator and a bathroom addition. The episode concluded with the arrival of Dona Iris's nephew, who was responsible for the nighttime construction work.
  • 00:25:00 In this section of the YouTube video titled "VALE AGRICOLA 305 (24/02/2024)," Esse Alemão, a elderly woman being visited, is described as having health issues and needing to take medication for high blood pressure and a new condition. Visitors come to see her and take photos, with one woman expressing her desire to be the first to have a "velatura" (first communion) with her. The focus of the visit shifts to the art of Polish embroidery, which is passed down through generations and requires great skill and dedication. The elderly woman, Dona Bernardina, shares that in the past, sewing and embroidery were necessities, but now it is a cherished hobby. The visitors admire her intricate work and the tradition of Polish embroidery, which involves using hands or a machine with needles and threads to create designs on fabric.
  • 00:30:00 In this section of the Vale Agricola 305 YouTube video from February 24, 2024, the speaker discusses the art of manual embroidery, focusing on techniques and materials. The most common stitches for embroidery are the full stitch, cross stitch, and the more rigid vagonite stitch. The material used should have a good design, as mismatched colors can cause issues. The speaker recalls learning embroidery in workshops and the use of materials like algodão cru (raw cotton) and linen. Proper positioning and technique are essential, with the needle and thumb working together to keep the thread on the correct side of the fabric. The process requires patience and time, with the embroiderer anchoring the thread, rolling it up, and cutting it to the appropriate length. The speaker also mentions that during the pandemic, she managed to embroider 20 almofadas (pillows), with some designs having over 50 years of history. The embroidery tradition represents a connection to roots, an expression of love and creativity, and a way to maintain beauty and charm. The video then moves on to a traditional recipe for Sprit Beia, a homemade lemon and ginger refrigerant.
  • 00:35:00 In this section of the Vale Agricola 305 YouTube video from February 24, 2024, the speaker discusses various ways to buy and sell animals, properties, machinery, and implements through Agro, as well as the security and quality offerings of Agroshop. Agroshop provides a wide selection of new and recap tires for vehicles and agricultural machinery, ensuring quality and employing qualified professionals. The shop also offers automotive parts and mechanical services, as well as maintenance for automatic transmissions and truck alignment. The speaker emphasizes the importance of trust and cooperation, which has been a cooperative's greatest strength for the past 50 years. Adomo Solar is also mentioned, which has helped over 1,400 clients save on energy bills in nearly 70 municipalities in the southern part of Brazil. The video then transitions to a recipe for homemade refrigerant, which is a traditional German recipe using ginger, lemon, bergamot, sugar, and water. The speaker explains the process of making the refrigerant, including heating and cooling the sugar and water mixture.
  • 00:40:00 In this section of the Vale Agricola 305 YouTube video from February 24, 2024, the speaker discusses the preparation of a ginger called "gengibre do brejo" or "wild ginger." This ginger is naturally grown in streams and roadsides and was historically used due to limited resources for purchasing materials. The speaker explains that the ginger releases a darker color when cooked, and smaller pieces should be used for quicker cooking. One liter of water is added and brought to a boil, with a pineapple rod also added for flavor and fermentation. After cooking for about a hour, the ginger, pineapple, and water are mixed with sugar and the juice of three cups of limes. The mixture is then left to ferment for three days in a covered container, with the third day being used for bottling. The fermentation process should be allowed to continue for 14 days before consumption. The speaker emphasizes the importance of using a glass carafe for storage and avoiding plastic containers.
  • 00:45:00 In this section of the Vale Agricola 305 YouTube video from February 24, 2024, the speaker discusses the proper handling and storage of a fermented beverage made from the plant Araí. The beverage creates a significant amount of gas during the fermentation process, which requires careful handling to prevent it from exploding. The speaker advises storing it in a cool, dark place and consuming it within three weeks to avoid the risk of it overflowing and causing a mess. The beverage is also refreshing and can be made with varying quantities of water and sugar to suit individual preferences. The speaker encourages viewers to try the recipe and experiment with different variations, including using store-bought ginger in place of the Araí plant. The program is coming to an end and the speaker wishes viewers productive days ahead.

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