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Entre Ríos

(ĕn`trā rē`ōs), province (1991 pop. 1,022,865), 29,428 sq mi (76,219 sq km), E Argentina. Paraná is the capital.

Entre Ríos

 

a province in Argentina, in the interfluve between the Paraná and Uruguay rivers. Area, 76,200 sq km. Population, 821,000 (1970). The capital is Paraná. Entre Ríos is a leading area of agricultural production. Of particular importance are livestock raising for meat and dairy products, poultry raising, and the cultivation of oil flax and grain.

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'I'm not a farmer,' he says as he shows us around his Stein Ceramics company in the middle of a 38-hectare rural property on the outskirts of Entre Rios do Oeste, a farming town of 4,400 people in western Parana, one of three states in Brazil's southern region, on the border with Paraguay.
Este articulo (1) se centro en la reconstruccion del desarrollo institucional de las escuelas agropecuarias (2) instaladas en la provincia de Entre Rios en el periodo comprendido entre 1896 y 1910.
La provincia de Entre Rios, localizada en la Mespotamia Argentina, posee 150.000 ha forestadas principalmente con Eucalyptus granais Hill ex Maiden y sobre la costa del Rio Uruguay (AGER, 2012).
pilosa seeds were collected in agricultural areas from nine origins: Entre Rios do Oeste-PR, Botucatu-SP, Capao BonitoSP, Sao Joaquim da Barra-SP, Sertaozinho-SP, Selviria-MS, Barra do Garcas-MT, Areia-PB and Manaus-AM.