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Brazil’s soybean harvest reaches 5% of estimated area

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The figure, which takes into account areas harvested as of last Thursday, came in 4 percentage points above the previous week. In 2020/21, when the oilseed was planted later due to weather issues, harvesting had reached 0.7% by this point.

Agrural said soybean yields in Mato Grosso were satisfactory, while in the southern state of Paraná they remain low due to a severe drought. In Rio Grande do Sul, also affected by the lack of rainfall, harvesting had not yet started.

“In the rest of the country, crops are developing well and the harvest . . .

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