Brazil's Soybean Harvest: A 7% Surge Amidst Rain Delays


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According to AgRural, 32% of the soybean crop in Brazil has been harvested, marking a 7% increase compared to the corresponding period last year when it was at 25%. The ongoing intermittent rains, persisting for several weeks, are causing delays in the soybean harvest. However, they are proving beneficial for the planting of the second corn crop, with current rates surpassing those of the previous year.