There are no major problems in Brazil corn and soybeans just yet. We are keeping an eye on Mato Grosso, where heat and moisture stress is developing in late November and Rio Grande do Sul in South Brazil where drought is a growing concern. Favorable growing conditions continue in Parana, the leading corn state and second top Brazil soybean producer.
Rio Grande do Sul crops are in jeopardy from worsening dryness. It appears as if drought is creeping northward, soon to overtake "good" crops near the Santa Catarina border... subscribers continue to full story...