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Date：Nov. 6, 2018 Category：Markets
The trade dispute between the United States and China is having a dramatic impact on where China sources its imported soybeans.
Date：Oct. 24, 2018 Category：Markets
Brazilians will be going to the polls next Sunday to choose their new president. The front-runner is the far right-wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro, a congressman ...
Date：Oct. 12, 2018 Category：Markets
Farmers in the municipality of Sorriso in central Mato Grosso have planted 30% of their intended soybean acreage according to president of the local rural produ...
Date：Oct. 1, 2018 Category：Markets
Due to the tremendous demand from China, Brazil has been exporting soybeans at a break-neck pace leading to speculation that they would need to import soybeans ...
Even though Brazil is one of the largest agricultural exporters in the world and one of the largest consumers of fertilizers, the country is woefully inadequate...
Date：Sep. 10, 2018 Category：Markets
Good cotton prices and a high demand for cotton from China is expected to encourage Brazilian farmers to continue increasing their cotton acreage for the next f...
Date：Aug. 30, 2018 Category：Markets
The very early corn planting in northern Argentina is getting off to somewhat of a slow start due to dryer conditions in northern Cordoba province and the specu...
Date：Aug. 16, 2018 Category：Markets
While U.S. farmers are rightly concerned about short-term trade policies, Brazilian farmers have a long term optimistic view of Brazilian agriculture. This opti...
The Argentine government announced two measures yesterday that could significantly impact farmers in Argentina as they prepare for their 2018/19 growing season.
Date：Jul. 27, 2018 Category：Markets
While the vast majority of soybeans produced in Brazil are GMO varieties, there remains a niche market for conventional soybeans (non-GMO) in the European and A...
Date：Jul. 19, 2018 Category：Markets
Researchers in Brazil have confirmed the presence of a new bacterial disease in corn in the state of Parana in southern Brazil. The Agronomic Institute of Paran...
Date：Jun. 18, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
The 8th Brazilian Soybean Congress wrapped up its four day meeting Thursday in the city of Goiania in the state of Goias. One of the goals of the Congress, whic...
Date：Jun. 15, 2018 Category：Markets
Farmers in South America will start planting their 2018/19 crops in 2-3 months, so now is a good time to take an early look at the potential crop acreage for th...
Date：Jun. 8, 2018 Category：Markets
The annual soybean-free period will once again take effect next week in the state of Mato Grosso as well as other soybean producing states in central Brazil. Fr...
Date：May. 23, 2018 Category：Markets
Recently, Brazilian scientists have identified for the first time the presence of the Soybean Stem Fly in the cerrado regions of central Brazil.
Date：May. 21, 2018 Category：Markets
Uruguay is a small soybean producing country wedged between its two giant neighbors of Brazil and Argentina, but farmers in Uruguay have been showing more inter...
Date：May. 4, 2018 Category：Markets
The recent weather in Paraguay has been dry and farmers are worried that it has negatively impacted their safrinha soybean production. In many areas of Paraguay...
Date：Apr. 25, 2018 Category：Markets
The weather last week in Brazil was wet once again in central Brazil but generally dry in southern Brazil. The forecast looks dryer for all of Brazil and especi...
Date：Apr. 24, 2018 Category：Markets
While farmers in the U.S. are struggling to get started on their spring planting, farmers in Brazil are wrapping up their 2017/18 soybean harvest with relativel...
Date：Mar. 30, 2018 Category：Markets
During the 8th World Water Forum recently held in Brasilia, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) presented the results of their stu...