Brazilian agricultural production should grow 12.5% this harvest

The country is estimated to produce 284.4 million tons of grains, an increase of 32 million tons over last year's harvest.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil is expected to produce a total volume of 284.4 million tons of grains in the 2021/2022 harvest, an increase of 12.5%, or 32 million tons, over last year's crop.

The forecast is part of the fourth estimate of the 2021/22 harvest, released on Tuesday (11/01) by the National Supply Company (Conab).

The highlight was for soybeans, with an increase in the sown area of 3.8%, and for the wheat harvest ended with a record production of 7.7 million tons.

The final result of the wheat production was . . .

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