RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil should harvest more than 300 million tons of grains by the 2024/25 harvest, or three seasons earlier than once predicted, according to the new projections of the Ministry of Agriculture. The previous forecast, a mantra of Minister Tereza Cristina since she took over the portfolio, at set the target as the 2027/28 cycle.
According to the new projections, which the Ministry will publish today, July 7, the Brazilian production of grains should grow 27.1% until 2030/31 when it reaches 333.1 million tons. In the season ended in June, the country . . .