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But between 1969 and 1974, Brazil's soybean production nearly quintupled, whereas United States' production expanded at only about half the pace of the expansion in Brazil. In these few years, 1964-1974, Brazil raised its soybean production to a sixth of that of the United States production with no evidence of a slowdown in what might turn out to be an effort to catch up with the United States. The rising world demand for soybeans for feed and food, accompanied by concurrent development of a soybean-processing industry, are a fair guarantee that soybean production in Brazil will continue to expand rapidly, depending, of course, on the usual imTABLE V SOYBEAN ACREAGE IN INDIA Acreage (hectares) State Madhya Pradesh Uttar Pradesh Moharashtra Gujorat 1971 1973 6276 4910 8213 300 24,473 16,820 532 504 19,699 42,329 42 Louis H.
S. Dep. C. ERS (1976c). " WAS-12, Econ. Res. S. Dep. C. India (1969). Annual Report. India Finance Commission, New Delhi. Population (1975). "Population: Dynamics, Ethics, and Policy," p. 80. A Special Science Compendium, Am. Assoc. Adv. C. Schertz, L. P. (1977). "World Needs: Shall the Hungry be with Us Always," In "Food Policy: United States Responsibility in Life and Death Choices" (P. G. Brown and H. ). Free Press, New York. UN (1973). " United Nations, New York. UN (1974). , Provisional Agenda, Item 8, p.
West Asia 100 80 h 120 Africa 100 80 1955'60 J L '65 '70 '75 Fig. 4. Trends in food production per capita for less-industrialized countries (ERS, 1974; Schertz, 1977). These records throw some light on the great concern over the possible growing inability of the less-industrialized countries to meet their food requirements even with the aid of exporting countries, a concern stimulated by drought experience in Africa and poor crops in several other countries in the early 1970's. This precipitated a concern about world weather trends for the late 1970's and beyond that could adversely affect crop production more than in recent decades.
Animal Protein Supplies by AARON M. ALTSCHUL and HAROLD L. WILCKE (Eds.)