RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The harvest of the 2020/21 soybean crop in Brazil reached 78% of the planted area by Thursday, April 1st, against 83% in the same period last year and 78% in the five-year average, said consulting firm AgRural, in a weekly report.
According to the consultancy, the work is almost finished in Mato Grosso and the final stage in the other main producing states, "all now without significant quality problems due to excess moisture."
In Rio Grande do Sul, which traditionally has a later season than the rest of the country, the harvest continues to . . .