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Drought, Frost and Old Fields Cut Brazil’s Sugarcane Harvest by 6%

Brazil’s sugarcane grower association União da Indústria da Cana-de-Açúcar (Única) has lowered its estimate ...

Low Corn Prices Prompt Brazil Farms to Plant More Soy

Fair weather and bigger demand for food from overseas should contribute for Brazil's grain ...

First Drought, Then Too Much Rain. Tough Times for Brazil’s Sugarcane

The arrival of September, traditionally more favorable for the harvest in weather terms, wasn't ...

Brazil Hands Out US$ 3.7 Billion for 2008/2009 Crop

State-owned Bank of Brazil (BB) has disbursed 6.7 billion Brazilian reais (US$ 3.7 billion) ...

Technology Helps Brazil Get Record Crop Without Expanding Planted Area

Brazil's 2007/2008 crop, with 143.87 million tons picked, growth of 9.2% over the previous ...

Despite Bad Weather Brazil Expecting Record Harvest This Year

The 2008 harvest of cereals, legumes and oilseeds for Brazil has been estimated to ...

Brazil’s Crop Jumps 5.4% to Record 139 Million Tons

Brazil is expected to harvest 139.3 million tons of grains and oil seeds in ...

Brazil Plans to Harvest 121 Million Tons of Grain

The first study of sowing intentions for the Brazilian 2006/2007 crop, disclosed in Brazilian ...

Soy Invades Corn, Wheat and Bean Land in Brazil

The lack of rain in the Brazil’s main producing regions reduced the 2005 agricultural ...