Foreign media, March 22: Data from consultancy Safras & Mercado showed that Brazil’s 2021/22 soybean crop harvest progressed to 69.9 percent as of March 18, up from 60.5 percent a week earlier and higher than the same period last year. of 59.5%. The average progress over the past five years is 61.6%.
In Mato Grosso, the top soybean-producing state, soybean harvest is 99 percent complete, 96 percent a week earlier, 92 percent a year earlier, and a five-year average of 94.9 percent. Parana harvested 72%, 59% last week, 62% a year earlier, and a five-year average of 69.8%.