The rainy season is off to good start in Mato Grosso with ample rainfall in October, but South Brazil is rather dry in Rio Grande do Sul and western Parana. More rainfall is needed in the South to spur corn and soybean planting.
Tropical rains have been very generous in Mato Grosso, helping soybean planting off to a good start. This is Brazil’s largest soybean state accounting for nearly 30% of production. Neighboring soybean states Mato Grosso do Sul and Goias also were wet... subscribers continue to full story...