China’s soy production increases by almost half of Argentina’s and all of Paraguay’s in four harvests

China's soy production jumped from 12.9 million tons four harvests ago to 19.6 million tons in the 20/21 cycle, a little less than half of Argentina's yield.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chinese production growth is equivalent to Paraguay's total yield, with more suitable land and climate, in addition to cultivars common to the two major world producers, Brazil and Argentina.

In  Beijing's race to reduce dependence on imports of the world's largest oilseed flow, efforts to equip the approximately 9 to 10 million hectares of crops with technology are not lacking.

But since the 18/19 harvest, which posted a 13% increase over the previous one and reached just over 18 million tons, the volume supplied by local producers has advanced hesitantly, with difficulties . . .

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