fbpx
USD/BRL:
PT | EN | ES |

Planting of the off-season corn reaches 95.7% in the Center-South of Brazil

Posted by Mateus Ramos


Image: Pixabay



In the same period last year, cultivation reached 96.6% of the area of 13.27 million hectares in the off-season 2020, while the average planting for the period in the last five years is 99%.

Jobs reach 94.3% in Paraná, 95.6% in São Paulo, 96.7% in Mato Grosso do Sul, 92.3% in Goiás, 99.6% in Mato Grosso and 78.2% in Minas Gerais . In the Matopiba region, work reaches 64% of the estimated area of 972 thousand hectares, against 49.6% in the same period last year, which had an area of 935 thousand hectares. Planting reaches 78.4% of the area in Bahia, 66.2% in Maranhão, 51.7% in Piauí and 58.3% in Tocantins.

CORN: Off-season planting reaches 95.7% in the Center-South of Brazil - SAFRAS



Porto Alegre, March 29, 2021 - The planting of the second corn crop 2021 in the Center-South of Brazil, reaches 95.7% of the estimated area of 14.212 million hectares, according to a survey by SAFRAS & Mercado.

In the same period last year, cultivation reached 96.6% of the area of 13.27 million hectares in the off-season 2020, while the average planting for the period in the last five years is 99%.

Jobs reach 94.3% in Paraná, 95.6% in São Paulo, 96.7% in Mato Grosso do Sul, 92.3% in Goiás, 99.6% in Mato Grosso and 78.2% in Minas Gerais . In the Matopiba region, work reaches 64% of the estimated area of 972 thousand hectares, against 49.6% in the same period last year, which had an area of 935 thousand hectares. Planting reaches 78.4% of the area in Bahia, 66.2% in Maranhão, 51.7% in Piauí and 58.3% in Tocantins.

By: Arno Baasch | Safras & Mercados

This text was automatically translated from Portuguese.