Jose Roberto Gomez
According to the Refinery Ikonan Agricultural Weather Dashboard, Brazil's agricultural climate, coffee and sugar producing regions, average rainfall is higher.
Although there are frequent reports of excessive moisture problems, good environment causes good growth of crops.
In Brazil's largest soybean producer, Mato Grosso, in December, the rainfall is expected to be 100 millimeters on the north and north-east of the normal range. However, it helps in reducing the oil intake. Practically closed.
The rainfall from Marapelle, Tokestown, Pei, and Bahia is expected. In the next 15 days, some areas have more rainfall than 200 mm.
The trend of rainfall on the place of Mato Grosso do Sul closer to the historic average. The National Supply Company (Con'B) points out the latest report on the problem with soya.
Floods, drought rains, and the reason for increasing the seeds. In addition, some areas have displayed attacks on bovine and cow dung in some cases.
Parasnya, the second largest soybean manufacturer in Brazil, should have an average average. In October, excessive rains affected the work of the state. In the annual comparison saw the sowing.
Rio Grande do Sul is expected to receive normal rainfall in the usual year.
Quality of wheat crops, prepared for the harvest in south India, affected high humidity.
Sugar and dessert, above average rainfall for São Paulo and Minas Garez, indicate sugarcane and coffee.
Depending on these States, the total number of stocks from 86 to 250 mm in those states will come up. In some places, by the end of the month they are over 100 millimeters more than average.
Coffee and good amount of rain will be very important because plantation is already flowering and water needs for full growth.
In the case of sugarcane, rainfall is preceded by next harvest. This will be officially launched in April. However, the last harvest of the current cycle is interrupted.
In the second half of October, for example, the Unix Industrial Association states that calcium losses fall 17.5 percent in the middle.
Consultant DLF Foststone said that severe wages could result in reaping the harvest and reducing soluble contrary to prediction.
(Jose Roberto Gomes)