Mato Grosso begins harvesting the new Brazilian soybean crop

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Harvesting of the new Brazilian soybean crop has begun. Although still timid, works are already beginning to advance in Mato Grosso. As expected, the harvest is starting late in Brazil due to the accumulated delay in sowing. The next state to start harvesting should be Paraná in the last week of January. The tendency is for the pace of work to intensify in the states of Mato Grosso and Paraná only in the second week of February, when the other states in the Center-West and Southeast should begin harvesting. From now on, producers in these states hope that the climate will not be so humid on farms that are already 'ready' so that agricultural machines can advance at a satisfactory pace and compensate for the existing delay. Furthermore,

According to a survey by SAFRAS & Mercado, by January 22nd, the harvest was 0.5% complete from a total sown area of 38.415 million tons, equivalent to approximately 206 thousand hectares. The week before, there was no data. In the same period last year, 4% of the area had already been harvested, while the five-year average for the period is 3.9%.

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In Mato Grosso, from a total sown area of 10.08 million hectares, 2% were harvested, or approximately 206 thousand hectares. The week before, there was no data. In the same period last year, 13% had already been harvested. The five-year average for the period is 10.8%.

Climate forecast maps indicate satisfactory humidity in the southern region of Brazil and in the main growing provinces of Argentina in the period from January 22nd to 28th. In the Southeast of Brazil, little or no humidity is expected, while in the Central-West the states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul are expected to receive occasional rainfall. In the North and Northeast regions, only the state of Pará should receive a slightly greater volume of precipitation, with the other states receiving little or no rain.

In the period from January 29th to February 4th, climate maps show practically the same picture as the previous week in Brazil and Argentina, with emphasis on more rain in Argentina and increased humidity in part of Mato Grosso, which could make travel difficult. of the harvest in the Brazilian state.

This text was automatically translated from English.

Per Rodrigo Ramos | Source: HARVESTS Latam

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