4 de dezembro 2017 | Na Mídia
Brazilian soybean farmers are almost done with their planting tasks for the 2017-2018 season, having finished 92% of the work as of Nov 30, according to agricultural consultancy AgRural. That’s ahead of the 90% finished on the same date a year ago and the 87% average for the past five years, the group said. Farmers were able to make up for early delays in planting related to a lack of precipitation during October thanks to steady rain in November, said AgRural, which has estimated a crop of 110.2 million metric sons for the season. The consultancy will update its forecast for the crop next week.
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