Soybean harvest reaches 58.5% in Brazil; understand how work progresses in the country
The Safras & Mercado consultancy released this Friday (17) its weekly report with updates on the progress of the soybean harvest across Brazil in the 2022/2023 harvest.
Jobs in the country have already reached 58.5%, against 48.9% last week. In this cycle, oilseed production in the country is estimated at 152.42 million tons, an advance of 18.62% compared to the 128.5 million tons produced in the 2021/2022 cycle.
In Mato Grosso, the main producing state in the country, works reached 97% of the total area, 2% below the 99% compared to the same period of the last cycle.
In Mato Grosso do Sul, the withdrawal of grains was 63%, well below the 96% recorded in this period last year.
In Goiás, works reached 80%, against 91% in the same period of the last harvest.
In Paraná, the removal of grain reached 55%, compared to 72% in the same period last year.
In Santa Catarina, jobs reached 6%, against 19% in the same range of the last cycle.
In Rio Grande do Sul, a state that suffered a lot from the drought in this cycle, the harvest reached 2.5% of the total area, against 10% in the same period of the last cycle.
In Bahia, grain collection reached 33% of the state’s total area, against 43% in the same period of the last harvest.
In Maranhão, oilseed withdrawal is at 55%, 5% below the 60% at the same time last season.
In Piauí, the delay in comparison with the past cycle is large, with the harvest at 37%, well below the 60% of the last season.
In Minas Gerais, the works are 58% of the total area of the state. In the same period of the 21/22 cycle, the withdrawal was at 78%.
In the state of São Paulo, the harvest is at 50%, below the 76% of the same period last year.
Finally, in Tocantins, jobs reached 75%, up from 69% compared to the same period of the last cycle.
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