Brazil: Soybean harvest for 2022/23 reaches 88% of the area in Mato Grosso; corn planting slope in the middle

Updated Mar 4, 2023
Farmers in Mato Grosso harvested 88.12% of the soybean area in the 2022/23 harvest, a weekly advance of 11.86 percentage points, and ahead of the historical average of 81.53% for the period, showed data from the Mato Grosso Institute of Agricultural Economics (Imea) this Friday.
SÃO PAULO (Reuters) - Already corn second crop, which is sown immediately after the soybean harvest in the state, has 89.36% of crops planted, with works that touched the historical average after initial delays and a growth of 16.7 points in the week. The two crops are lagging behind the same period of the previous year, when 90.45% of soybeans were harvested and 94.08% of corn was planted. The Imea also informed that cotton sowing was ...
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