Corn harvest in Brazil’s Mato Grosso goes faster as it mounts without storage

Pushed by days without much rain, the harvest works of the second corn crop advanced in Brazil to 16.2 percent of the total surface, according to consultancy AgRural. After an advance of 6.8 percentage points, there is still a delay of 20.5 percentage points compared to last year due to rains in several states. In Mato Grosso alone, the harvest reached 31.7 percent of the surface, while in Mato Grosso it did not advance to over 2.5 percent of the surface. Storage has been a growing problem in Mato Grosso with on farm mounting corn and capacity exceeded.

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