Brazil’s Record Grain Harvest Should Reach 240.7 Million Tons

The products with the most significant increases in the cultivated area (in hectares) were second crop corn (819,200), soybean (717,400) and cotton (425,500).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National Supply Company (Conab) released yesterday, July 11th, the figures for the 10th Survey of Grain Crops 2018/2019. According to the company, Brazil should set a new record with a production of around 240.7 million tons.

The expected growth is 5.7 percent, representing thirteen million tons higher than in the 2017/18 harvest. The cultivated area is estimated at 62.9 million hectares, an increase of 1.9 percent over the previous Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?