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Tidbits, Corn Marketing, Export Inspections, Markets & Rain Days Update 11/28/23


Diego Meurer posted Monday morning:

"I traveled 2300 km in the State of Mato Grosso Brazil and the scenario of soybean crops is the same, entire crops dying, the rains did not arrive and those that did arrive were in low volume or in indigenous reserves. Those that apparently appear to be beautiful have no load and the beautiful crops are pivot crops, irrigated. Mato Grosso is heading towards the biggest crop failure ever seen."


However, Alê Delara posted yesterday afternoon:

"In Sta Carmen, Mato Grosso, the conditions of the crops are very good. The region received rain last week and, we estimate 70 sacs/ha (62.3 bushels per acre). The rains forecast for the next few weeks should revitalize a large part of Mato Grosso's crops."


247AG posted yesterday about Mato Grosso:

"Decent rains, but few speak to the heat and evaporation rate, with moisture evaporating as fast as plants can take it in. Rainfall will not go near as far. Need much cooler temperatures."


Darren Frye of Water Street Solutions:

"Brazil weather shrinking Safrinha acres along with smaller grain exports from Ukraine should give US corn exports a shot in the arm!"

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