Planting of the summer 2023/24 corn harvest reaches 95.2% in Brazil, according to SAFRAS

Maize (Corn)
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 4, 2023

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Corn planting for the 2023/24 summer harvest in Brazil is at 95.2% of the estimated area of 3.998 million hectares. Some regions, such as Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina, and Paraná, have already reached 100% of their estimated planting areas. The planting progress is slightly higher than the previous year and in line with the average rate over the last five years.
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Corn cultivation reached 100% of the estimated area of 1.171 million hectares in Rio Grande do Sul, 100% of the estimated area of 688 thousand hectares in Santa Catarina and 100% of the estimated area of 541 thousand hectares in Paraná. In São Paulo, corn sowing reaches 99.4% of the area of 299 thousand hectares. In Mato Grosso do Sul, planting occupies 100% of the 27 thousand hectare area. In Goiás/Distrito Federal, cultivation reaches 90.5% of the planned area of 316 thousand hectares. In Mato Grosso, cultivation reaches 60.2% of the 24 thousand hectare area. In Minas Gerais, planting reaches 86.9% of the area of 902 thousand hectares. In the same period last year, corn planting was completed in 92.4% of the estimated area of 4.188 million hectares. The average planting rate ...
Source: Safras
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