If there is one thing that farmers in Mato Grosso, Brazil's main soybean-producing state, cannot complain about, it is the lack of rainfall due to a third La Niña year.
On the contrary, the moisture inputs were constant since the beginning of a campaign that aims to leave its mark on the records, with a historical record for the oilseed not only in the South American country but . . .
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