Agroconsult estimates Brazil's 2nd corn crop at 55m t
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian growers are expected to harvest less corn in the second crop this year as delayed planting and prolonged drought have reduced yields for the second largest ...
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian producers are expected to harvest less corn in the second crop this year as delayed planting and prolonged drought have reduced production for the world's second largest exporter of the commodity, Agroconsult said on Monday.After the Rally Safra technical expedition, the consultancy predicted that the second crop of the country, which is being harvested, will total 55 million tons, down from 57 million considered in May and also lower than the 67.3 million officially estimated in the season. previous.(By Ana Mano) ...
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