Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds Industry in Brazil

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  • Oilseeds in Brazil

    Post estimates soybean production in 2008/09 at 58 million metric tons (mmt) and exports at 25 mmt. Yields have been slightly lower this year, primarily as a result of a drought in the South. Soybean production for 2009/10 is expected to rise to 59.5 mmt, as producers switch some area out of corn and cotton, and export...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in Brazil

  • Wheat Crop Production in Brazil

    Estimates of how much wheat Brazil will need to import in the next few months from non-Mercosul sources range from 700,000- 1.5 million metric tons (mmt). The Brazilian wheat industry is currently lobbying the government for a temporary elimination of the import tax.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in Brazil

  • Corn, Wheat and Rice Production in Brazil

    Post has lowered its CY 2009 corn export forecast to 9 mmt due to a weak export demand, increased worldwide supply, and a strengthening local currency. Wheat imports for marketing year 2008/09 are forecast to reach 6.7 mmt. Rice export shipments are not expected to reach 2008 levels, in spite of the strong increase in...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 21 Dec 2009 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in Brazil

  • Grain Production Sector in Brazil

    Post estimates 2009/10 corn production will remain flat at 51 million metric tons (mmt). Higher average yields are expected to offset a decrease in summer crop area planted.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 21 Dec 2009 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in Brazil

  • Soybean Planting in Brazil

    Brazil soybean planted area has reached 76 percent, well ahead of the 5-year average of 66 percent at this point in time. Post projects record soybean production in 2009/10 at 63.6 million metric tons (mmt) based on a record estimated 22.85 million hectares area planted.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 21 Dec 2009 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in Brazil

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  • Soybeans Maturing on Time

    Farmers may have planted soybeans much later than usual, but favorable late-season weather may have offset typical concerns about a later maturing crop, according to one Ohio State University researcher.

    Brazil Trade Business Group on 14 Sep 2011 related to Cereals, Leguminous Crops, Oil Seeds in Brazil

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