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Brazil: Soybean harvest reduces pace in Mato Grosso and lags behind previous harvest, says Imea

Soybean
Maize (Corn)
Brazil
Market & Price Trends
Published Mar 2, 2024

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The 2023/24 soybean harvest in Mato Grosso, Brazil, has reached 84.66% of the cultivated area, marking an 8.21 percentage point increase from the previous week, as per the Mato Grossense Institute of Agricultural Economics (Imea). However, this is still lower than the 88.12% harvested at the same time last year. In contrast, corn planting in the region is slightly ahead of last year, with approximately 90% of the areas already sown.
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SÃO PAULO (Reuters) - The 2023/24 soybean harvest in Mato Grosso reached 84.66% of the cultivated area until this Friday, a weekly increase of 8.21 percentage points, but which was not enough to maintain the advanced pace of work compared to the previous season, according to data from the Mato Grossense Institute of Agricultural Economics (Imea). At a similar time last year, Imea indicated that 88.12% of the area had been harvested. The historical average for the period is 83.52%. Corn planting in Mato Grosso, with around 90% of the areas already sown, is now slightly ahead compared to the same time last year (89.36%) and also ...
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