Summer crops enter a situation of irreversible loss

Summer crops enter a situation of irreversible loss

Summer crops enter a situation of irreversible loss

Summer crops enter a situation of irreversible loss
Blasina and Associates

agriculture > THE DROUGHT DOES NOT LOOSE

Although it is early for a definitive estimate, a serious situation in soybeans can be assumed, the perspective is to harvest one million hectares at an average of 1,800 kilos, less than in 2022

They envision another harvest with affected grains.

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February 19, 2023 at 05:01

Although an exceptionally rainy March can make a difference, the drought is prolonged and summer crops are crossing a point of no return that leads to yields and production falling irreversiblywhat you will have important consequences for Uruguay and Argentina. Instead, Brazil will have the largest harvest in history.

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