Citrus Fruits Industry in Brazil

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  • Citrus Annual 2012

    This report updates BR12007. In U.S. MY 2012/13, the Brazilian orange crop is projected at 455 MBx, down 47 MBx from U.S. MY 2011/12.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2012 related to Citrus Fruits in Brazil

  • Citrus Semi-annual 2012

    The Agricultural Trade Office (ATO)/Sao Paulo projects the total Brazilian crop for MY 2011/12 (July-June), at 467 million 40.8 kg boxes (Mbx).

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 28 Jun 2012 related to Citrus Fruits in Brazil

  • Citrus Annual

    During MY 2011/12 (July/June), the Agricultural Trade Office in Sao Paulo (ATO/Sao Paulo) projects the total Brazilian orange crop at 445 MBx, a 12 percent decrease compared to the current crop (MY 20

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 26 Dec 2011 related to Citrus Fruits in Brazil

  • Citrus Semi-annual 2011

    In U.S. MY 2010/11, the Brazilian orange crop is estimated at 495 MBx, up 119 MBx from U.S. MY 2009/10, due to excellent weather conditions that prevailed during blossoming and fruit development.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 11 Jul 2011 related to Citrus Fruits in Brazil

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  • Citrus Fruit Production in Brazil

    The Agricultural Trade Office (ATO)/Sao Paulo estimates the MY 2009/10 (July-June) Brazilian orange crop at 407 million 40.8 kg boxes (Mbx), down 6 MBx from the previous season.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Citrus Fruits in Brazil

  • Citrus Production in Brazil

    The Agricultural Trade Office (ATO/Sao Paulo) forecasts the total Brazilian orange crop for MY 2010/11 (Jul-Jun) at 435Mbx, a 2 percent increase compared to the current crop (MY 2009/10), assuming that good weather conditions prevail as of mid-December 2009 to support fruit setting and size.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 21 Dec 2009 related to Citrus Fruits in Brazil

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