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Sunday, February 4, 2018

Brazillian Soybean Harvest

January 26, 2018
By Eduardo Paim:

Here in Mato Grosso we started the soybean harvest, as we are in a year of La Niña in the north of the state we are seeing farm with averages below 50 sacks of soy by HA and in other farms with averages above 70 sacks per HA. The soy that is being harvested is very beautiful! On average there is a good production, and if nothing else disturb I believe that logos averages will rise, we had good rains in the crops between December 2018 and January 2018. There is forecast of much rain in the North for the beginning of February and this worries a little, if we escape these rains we will have a good harvest of grains. In Argentina and South of Brazil we are seeing the weather spoil the crops more, we still have to see what happens there. If the rest of Brazil produce well, that is what we expect we will have a small break in the average of South America.

There were talks of decrease of maize area second crop because the rains were slow to arrive and delayed the planting of soybeans of the first crop. With whom I say they are going to keep the same corn planted area from the year 2017 for the second harvest, if everything goes well with rains we will have lots of corn!

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