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The Brazilian Movement of Landless Workers (MST) has partnered with the University of Brasília and Chinese institutions to learn more about and develop the production of biological inputs in agriculture. This is part of a larger initiative to reduce the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides in the country. The projects involve collaboration in research and production in China, where the government has implemented a plan to reduce the use of chemical fertilizers by 2020. The biofábricas and unidades de produção de biological inputs that the MST has established are integrated and involve the use of biodefensivos, compostos biológicos, and organic fertilizers. The MST has also established a relationship with a Chinese municipality that has an effective system of waste management and is now working on developing a organic fertilizer from organic waste. The Chinese University of Agriculture is also collaborating with the Brazilian universities on a binational center for research and development in agriculture. The aim is to increase the production of fertilizers and reduce the use of chemical inputs, thus improving the well-being and promoting sustainable development. Additionally, the speaker emphasizes the importance of multiple methods and approaches in advancing strategies for the production of food in Brazil from an agroecology perspective.