Safras: Brazil soybean harvest progressed to 1.7% as of Jan. 14

Foreign media, January 17: The harvest survey data released by Safras e Mercado shows that as of last Friday (January 14), the progress of the 2021/22 soybean harvest in Brazil reached 1.7%. This is the first time the company has released soybeans for this year. harvest data.

This year’s harvest is ahead of last year, when no soybean harvest was recorded in Brazil at this time last year; however, it is 1.9% below the historical average for the same period.

The states leading the harvest so far are Mato Grosso and Parana, which faced excessive rains, which delayed field management and harvesting, while Parana, in contrast, suffered from drought that compromised yields.