Foreign media, April 19 news: As of April 14, Brazil’s 2021/22 soybean crop harvest progress reached 87.2%, according to data from consultancy Safras & Mercado. The harvest progress on April 8 was 85.5%.
Harvest progress so far is 88.2 percent below the same period last year, the first time the soybean harvest has been behind last year’s progress. The average harvest progress over the same period over the past five years was 88.6 percent.
At present, the Mato Grosso soybean harvest is over, the Parana harvest is 96% complete, 92% a week ago, 99% in the same period last year, and the five-year average is 97.2%.
In Mato Grosso, the top soybean-producing state, the soybean harvest was 100 percent complete, 100 percent a week earlier, 97 percent a year earlier, and a five-year average of 97.4 percent. Parana harvested 80%, 72% last week, 78% last year, and a five-year average of 78.8%.