Foreign media, February 28 news: Harvest survey data released by consulting agency AgRural shows that as of February 24, 2022, Brazil’s soybean harvest progress reached 44%, up from 33% a week ago, and up from 25% in the same period last year. %.
The soybean harvest in Mato Grosso is 79 percent in progress, but the quality of soybeans has been compromised due to excessive rainfall.
Regions that have made rapid progress in the past week include Mato Grosso do Sul and Goias, both of which are more than halfway through.
The harvest in Rio Grande do Sul has just started, with very low yields. The situation in western Parana is similar.
Rainfall in Minas Goias, Bahia, Piogi and Rondônia also caused problems with soybean quality.
AgRural expects Brazil to produce 128.5 million tons of soybeans in 2021/22.