Wednesday, April 1, 2015
By Eduardo Paim
Here we are coming to the end of the harvest, and they say that soybeans harvested at the end of harvest was much better than when they started; it left the production with a good average as you can see.
Production was reduced for some producers who picked up 35 bags per hectare of average, but like most harvested well in the end and helped to balance the final average numbers. What I noticed here this year, was that for some producers rained well and others failed rains and hurt production.
AVERAGE PRODUCTION Mato Grosso
ITIQUIRA: 55 bags per hectare of average (90% Harvested)
HIGH HERONS: 52 bags per hectare of average (93% Harvested)
SMILE: 52 bags per hectare of average (100% Cropped)
L. GREEN RIVER: 53 bags per hectare of average (100% Cropped)
PVA EAST: 53 bags per hectare of average (97% Harvested)