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The horticulture production units in the Green Belt of Gran Rosario appeared in a space traditionally used to the exportable agricultural production. Presents since the XIXth century in the area, they were growing in function of the demographic growth to the first half of 1970 approximately, when the international prices paid for the soya made this leguminous a great competitor for land. The increasing of agricultural production implied an excessive pressure over the natural environment of thedoaj:4fdddce9685f41d5bec06252fe6ac70f fatcat:oid4x5miqng4rhpltvrybzoi4u