Mirante Rural shows work by IBGE census takers in rural MA | tv lookout

Mirante Rural shows work by IBGE census takers in rural MA | tv lookout
Mirante Rural shows work by IBGE census takers in rural MA | tv lookout

This Sunday’s Rural Lookout (4) showed the work of census takers from the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), which until November this year will cover around 75 million homes throughout Brazil.

In the state of Maranhão, IBGE census takers are visiting the homes of people who live in the rural area of ​​the city of Santa Inês, where they collect data on the region’s population.

The program also taught that it is possible to grow a variety of vegetables and fruits in small spaces such as pots and vertical gardens. With the technical guidance of Professor José Barbosa, from the Federal Institute of Maranhão (IFMA) Maracanã, this Sunday’s program showed that it is possible to start a small vegetable garden at home, and that it can also be grown on an apartment balcony.

On the events agenda, highlight is the São José de Ribamar Festival, which is being held in the city of São José de Ribamar, in the São Luís Metropolitan Region. In the place, masses and processions in honor of the saint will continue until the next day 11 of September.

Finally, Mirante Rural presented a report on family farming. The program visited the community of Itapeua, in the rural area of ​​the municipality of Raposa. On site, 150 rural workers who survive from family farming.

They produce vegetables, and as a way to diversify the crop, and increase income, they are now investing in the cultivation of fruit.

1 of 1 IBGE census takers are visiting the homes of people who live in the rural area of ​​the city of Santa Inês — Photo: Reproduction/TV Mirante

IBGE census takers are visiting the homes of people who live in the rural area of ​​the city of Santa Inês — Photo: Reproduction/TV Mirante

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