Foreign media, January 26 news: Brazil’s national commodity supply company (CONAB) said that Brazil’s 2021/22 soybean harvest has been in progress for three weeks. As of January 22, the national soybean harvest progress reached 5.5%, higher than a week ago. 1.7%, also higher than 0.9% a year earlier.
CONAB monitors the situation in the country’s 12 main soybean-producing regions, which account for 97 percent of the country’s soybean acreage: Tocantins, Maranhao, Piaui, Bahia, Matogro Sao, Mato Grosso do Sul, Goiás, Minas Gerais, São Paulo, Parana, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul.
As of January 22, the soybean harvest progressed to 15.6% in Mato Grosso, 7% in Sao Paulo, 4% in Parana, 2% in Marango, 2% in Goias, 1% in Bahia, and 1% in Santa Caterin 1%.
As of January 22, Brazil’s national soybean planting progress was 99.4%, up from 99% a week earlier and 99.8% in the same period last year. Soybean planting has ended in 10 Brazilian states. The progress of planting in Rio Grande do Sul and Maranhão has not yet been concluded, which are 97% and 96% respectively.