Soybean in Brazil’s Paraná State Rated 72% Good but Worst in 5 Years

Parana’s Soybean production in the 2020/21 season is rated close to 20.4 million tons, which remains lower by 1% when compared to the 2019/20 growing season.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Planting of soybean for 2020-2021 season is near to 99% completion in the state of Parana according to the Department of Rural Economics for the state of Parana. The department reported that there are indications of 4% of the soybeans on germinating stage with 82% in vegetative development, 12% flowering, and 2% in filling pods condition.

Soybean in the state of Parana has been rated 4% poor, 24% average, and 72% good so far. Dry weather is the major reason which has affected the early development of the soybean crop and as per the Department . . .

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