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Brazil: Soybean harvest goes to 62%, but rain holds pace again, says AgRural

Updated Mar 20, 2023
The area cultivated with soybeans in the 2022/23 crop was 62% harvested in Brazil until Thursday (16), compared to 53% a week ago and 69% in the same period last year, according to data from AgRural. Despite good progress in some states, work slowed down due to the rains. With the exception of Rio Grande do Sul, where the drought continues to reduce production, productivity reports remain high throughout the country. Off-season planting goes to 91% of the Center-South and continues outside the window With the planting window already closed throughout the Center-South region of Brazil – in the later areas of the region it ended on March 15th –, the sowing of the 2023 second crop of corn reached 91% of the sowing date on Thursday (16th). estimated area, against 81% in the previous week and 97% in the same period last year. Who pull the delay are the states of Mato Grosso do Sul, Minas Gerais and Paraná. The expectation is that producers will continue planting in ...
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