Soybean harvest in Argentina reaches 96% of the suitable area, says Cereals exchange

Published Jun 16, 2024

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Argentina's soybean harvest has advanced to 96% of the suitable area, up by 3.8 percentage points weekly, with a national average yield of 3,010 kilos per hectare and a production estimate of 50.5 million tons. The corn harvest has also progressed to 40.3% of the suitable area, up by 5.2 percentage points weekly, with a national average yield of 7,530 kilos per hectare and a production estimate of 46.5 million tons. Additionally, wheat planting for the 2024/25 harvest has advanced to 46.3% of the total planned area, of 6.2 million hectares, which is 7.3 percentage points ahead of schedule from last year.
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The soybean harvest in Argentina reached 96% of the suitable area, an increase of 3.8 percentage points in the week, reported the Buenos Aires Cereals Exchange, in a weekly report. The national average yield is 3,010 kilos per hectare, and the production estimate was maintained at 50.5 million tons. The corn harvest in Argentina reached 40.3% of the suitable area last week, an increase of 5.2 percentage points compared to the previous week. The national average yield is 7,530 kilos per hectare, and the production estimate was maintained at 46.5 million tons. The exchange also said that wheat planting for the 2024/25 harvest in ...
Source: CanalRural
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