Brazil’s Paraná state finalizes soybean harvest, sees worse quality in 2nd corn crop

Through last week, Paraná had harvested 98% of the soybean area and planted 99% of the second corn crop.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Paraná, Brazil's second-largest grain and oilseed producer after Mato Grosso, has finished harvesting soybeans for the 2020/21 season, while registering a worsening in the quality of the second corn crop in the face of dry weather, the Department of Rural Economics (Deral) pointed out Tuesday.

Until the previous week, Paraná had harvested 98% of the soybean area and planted 99% of the second corn crop.

Now 100% of the oilseed fields have already been harvested in the state, which still has 1% of the projected area with the winter cereal to be planted . . .

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