RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The 2020/21 soybean harvest in Rio Grande do Sul reached 96% of planted areas this week, heading toward the end of the cycle, while the sowing of wheat for the winter crop has seen a slow start in some regions of the state, EMATER-RS said Thursday.
According to the agency linked to the Rio Grande do Sul government, the oilseed harvest has increased by 2 percentage points over the past week, with only 4% of areas still in the process of ripening.
In the same period in 2019/20, work reached 99%, and the . . .