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Date：Jul. 8, 2019 Category：Markets
Brazilian scientists are always researching for ways to diversify and improve crop production in Brazil. One of the crops that they have been looking at is cano...
Date：Jun. 28, 2019 Category：Markets
Farmers in Brazil are in the process of planning their 2019/20 crops which they will start planting in August and September. The state of Mato Grosso is the lar...
Date：Jun. 25, 2019 Category：Markets
Recent rains have slowed the harvest of soybeans and corn in Argentina as well as the planting of the winter wheat crop. According to the Grain Exchange of Buen...
Date：Jun. 17, 2019 Category：Markets
Grain companies in Brazil, who are members of the Brazilian Association of Vegetable Oil Industries (Abiove), have indicated that they intend to reduce the amou...
Date：Jun. 13, 2019 Category：Markets
Soybean producers in the state of Parana have noticed in recent years that their state has been recording the highest number of soybean rust cases of any state ...
Date：Jun. 11, 2019 Category：Markets
Soybean rust was first discovered in Brazil during the 2000/01 growing season and since then, the disease has cost Brazilian producers billions of dollars in co...
Date：Jun. 3, 2019 Category：Markets
Planting progress for the 2019 U.S. soybean crop has also been very slow with 29% of the soybeans planted compared to 74% last year and 66% for the 5-year avera...
Date：May. 29, 2019 Category：Companies
In an effort to modernize and streamline their operations, Conab is now in the process of closing some of its grain storage facilities in Brazil. Conab maintain...
Date：May. 24, 2019 Category：Markets
Brazilian farmers are getting ready to harvest what they hope will be a very good safrinha corn crop. The safrinha corn crop is the second crop of corn planted ...
Date：May. 22, 2019 Category：Markets
Soybean sales in Brazil had been slowing down in recent weeks due to weakening prices, but the trend reversed course over the past ten days. The combination of ...
Date：May. 20, 2019 Category：Markets
Brazil's corn production has been increasing steadily over the past decade and Brazil has now become the world's second leading corn exporter in the world after...
Date：May. 15, 2019 Category：Markets
Brazilian cotton farmers have been increasing their cotton acreage for the last 10 years and they are expected to continue the trend going forward according to ...
Date：May. 10, 2019 Category：Markets
Farmers in Brazil are just like farmers everyplace else in the world, they are always looking for ways to expand their production. They can increase their produ...
Date：Apr. 24, 2019 Category：Markets
The state of Mato Grosso is famous for its soybean production, but it is also the major corn producing state in Brazil and the state's corn production continues...
Date：Apr. 10, 2019 Category：Markets
For many years, corn has taken a back seat to soybean production in South America, but this year, corn has been the real star of the 2018/19 South American grow...
Date：Apr. 9, 2019 Category：Markets
Cotton farmers in Brazil are very optimistic concerning their 2018/19 crop. If the cotton crop in Brazil turns out as good as it presently looks, Brazil is pois...
Date：Apr. 8, 2019 Category：Markets
The state of Parana is the second largest safrinha corn producing state in Brazil and the Department of Rural Economics (Deral) reported earlier this week that ...
The Brazilian National Association of Grain Exporters (Anec) recently reduced their estimate of Brazil's soybean and corn exports for 2019. They are now estimat...
Date：Mar. 28, 2019 Category：Markets
The Brazilian soybean crop is 68% harvested compared to 65% last year and 64% for the 5-year average according to Safras & Mercado.
The forecast for this week in southern Brazil is calling for generally dry weather and cooler temperatures.The forecast for next week also looks dryer than norm...