The La Niña phenomenon, which influences the rainfall regime in the South of Brazil for the third consecutive season, has already brought the first negative impact for the grain crop in Rio Grande do Sul in this 2022/23 cycle.
With the problems, consultancy StoneX reduced to 4.5 million tons its estimate for the summer corn harvest in the state from the 5.4 million tons projected at the beginning of the month.
In August, Emater-RS' projection pointed to a summer corn harvest of 6.1 million tons, down from 2.9 million in the drought-plagued . . .
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