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Monday, October 15, 2012

Soybean Planting Still delayed by dry weather in Brazil

By Eduardo Paim

Here near the city of Rondonopolis, Mato Grosso the few producers who plant large areas started planting around the 15th of September, as were having a lot of rain. The problem is that in recent weeks the rains have become few.  I know of 800 acres will be replanted because soybeans was sprouted but had no more rain and it hurt them.

The problem is still small, but everyone is waiting for the rains to plant. We are already losing areas that are planted.

We're still here with little rain.

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