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Soybean harvest reaches 86.8% in Brazil; corn reaches 56.7%

Soybean
Published Apr 24, 2024

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The Brazilian National Supply Company (Conab) has reported that the progress of the 2023/24 harvest has reached 86.8% of the planted soybean area, a slight decrease from last year with a total of 86.8% of the planted area harvested as of April 21. São Paulo has completed its soybean harvest, followed by Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul. The first corn crop harvest has reached 56.7% of the planted area, with São Paulo also completing its harvest. The planting of the second 2023/24 corn harvest has been completed in the country. The bean harvest has reached 76.7% of the sown area, with Goiás, São Paulo, Minas Gerais, and Paraná having already completed the removal of the grain. The rice crops harvest has reached 70.6% of the predicted area, with Santa Catarina, Goiás, and Rio Grande do Sul being the most advanced in removing cereal from the field.
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The harvest of the Brazilian soybean harvest 2023/24 reached, until April 21, 86.8% of the planted area in the country, reported the National Supply Company (Conab), in a weekly survey of harvest progress. There is a delay of 2.2 percentage points (pp) in relation to the same period last year and an increase of 3.6 pp in one week. Among the states that are removing the oilseed from the field, only São Paulo has completed the work. Next comes Mato Grosso, with 99.5% of the work completed, followed by Mato Grosso do Sul, with 99% of the area harvested. Rio Grande do Sul, the last to start harvesting, has 47% of the harvested area, an increase of 9 pp compared to the previous week. The harvest of the first corn crop in the country reached 56.7% of the planted area, an increase of 3.8 percentage points in the week and a delay of 2.9 pp between seasons. São Paulo has already completed the harvest. Paraná, next, has 96% of the harvested area, followed by Santa Catarina, with 90%, and ...
Source: CanalRural
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