Argentina harvested 77.9% of the 2023/24 soybeans

Published May 30, 2024

Tridge summary

As of late last week, 77.9% of the 2023/24 soybeans in Argentina had been harvested, marking a 14.2% increase from the previous week. The harvest progress varied across the country, with core regions at 85-90% and southern and far northern areas at 45-55% and 60% respectively. The average yield was 3,120 kg/ha, with fluctuations ranging from 1,780 kg/ha to 3,870 kg/ha. The soybeans were rated 28% poor/very poor, 47% fair, and 25% good/excellent, with a slight increase in the good/excellent category from the previous week. Soil moisture was rated 25% short/very short and 75% favorable/optimum, with a slight decrease in the favorable/optimum percentage from the previous week.
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The 2023/24 soybeans in Argentina were 77.9% harvested as of late last week, which represented an advance of 14.2% for the week. In the core regions, the soybeans are 85-90% harvested with 45-55% harvested in southern areas and 60% harvested in far northern Argentina. The average nationwide soybean yield last week was 3,120 kg/ha (46.4 bu/ac), which is down 0.8 bu/ac from the prior week. Soybean yields range from a low of 1,780 kg/ha (26.5 bu/ac) in northern Argentina to a high of 3,870 kg/ha (57.6 bu/ac) in the northern core region. Below is the soybean harvest progress in Argentina for May 22, 2024 from the Buenos Aires Grain Exchange. graph Soybeans in Argentina were rated 28% poor/very poor, 47% fair, and 25% good/excellent as of late last week. The good/excellent percentage was up 1% from the prior week. The soil moisture for the soybeans was rated 25% short/very short and 75% ...
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