Uruguay has witnessed triple-digit increases in the production and export of grains over the past decade. Historically, the country was known as an exporter of high quality rice to diverse markets from Latin America to the Middle East.
Today, Uruguay is also exporting substantial quantities of corn, wheat and barley to major markets around the world. Many of these crops are rotated with soy throughout the year in double-cropping cycles that prevent erosion while boosting farmland return on investment.
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