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Brazil Soybean Crop Facing Losses (Translated)

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Soybeans: Harvest 2014/15 must register break of up to 5 million tonnes with dry weather

Translated using google translate. Originally posted on: http://www.noticiasagricolas.com.br/

Source: Agricultural News

Original Article: http://www.noticiasagricolas.com.br/noticias/soja/151538-soja-safra-201415-deve-registrar-quebra-de-ate-5-milhoes-de-t-com-clima-seco.html#.VMuFE2jF-Sq

The number of 95 million tonnes for the 2014/15 soybean crop of soybeans in Brazil will not be confirmed. For the market consultant Fernando Muraro, the AgRural, losses are already 4 to 5 million tons, lost to the high temperatures and lack of rainfall in major producing regions. The result of this season? This is now the most difficult number to be achieved since the brand this season is the irregularity. 

"In Mato Grosso, there are early crops with 20 bags per hectare productivity of 70 bags per hectare in plots with less than 100 miles apart, in Mato Grosso do Sul, the same thing. Maybe Goiás and Bahia are the epicenter this increased drought that hit Brazil. So, try to estimate the Brazilian harvest was complicated, "says Muraro. 

And this projection comes from meeting with farmers concerned in Brazil. 

Mato Grosso do Sul

In MS, for example, losses from soybeans may reach 25%, according to the estimtivas Famasul and the most affected region takes a stretch from the Golden Ashland. Productivity, especially at earlier crops, must have their productivity falling from 55 to between 38 and 45 bags per hectare. 

Check out the interview Leonardo Carlotto, technical analyst of Famasul:

>> Soybeans: Losses in MS may reach 25% after the intense heat and lack of rain, Dourados to Ashland is most affected

Photos show punished soybean crops by the strong sun and irregular rainfall in Laguna Carapa (MS).Uploader the agricultural technician Bio Rural, Antonio Rodrigues Neto. See:

Antonio Rodrigues Neto - photos 01/14/15

Antonio Rodrigues Neto - photos 01/14/15

Antonio Rodrigues Neto - photos 01/14/15

Antonio Rodrigues Neto - photos 01/14/15

Mato Grosso

Soy suffering from the lack of rain in the East Spring / MT - Photo Marcelo Ananias

Soy suffering from the lack of rain in the East Spring / MT - Photo Marcelo Ananias

Goiás

In Goiás, according to FAEG numbers (Agriculture Federation of the State of Goiás), the harvest is expected to be 1.4 million tonnes lower, or 15% lower than the initial projection, and already generates billions losses to state producers . The situation, if the climate framework not bring significant relief, may worsen, according to reports economist of the institution, Pedro Arantes. 

Check out the Pedro Arantes interview:

>> Soybeans: FAEG estimated losses of more than £ 1 billion due to the lack of rain, losses are irreversible

Video shows soybean crops of Rio Verde region (GO) suffer from high temperatures and erratic rainfall. Sent by the farmer, Luiz Henrique Meireles.

Soybean crops damaged by the sun pictures in Palmeiras de Goiás (GO). Picture sent by the technical advisor, Murilo Pereira

Soybean crops damaged by the sun in Palmeiras de Goiás (GO).  Picture sent by the technical advisor, Murilo Pereira.

Soybean crops damaged by the sun in Palmeiras de Goiás (GO).  Picture sent by the technical advisor, Murilo Pereira.

Soybean crops damaged by the sun in Palmeiras de Goiás (GO).  Picture sent by the technical advisor, Murilo Pereira.

Image soybean crops punished by high temperatures and erratic rainfall in St. Helena (GO). Photo production, Elizângela Garcia Barbosa dos Santos.

Image soybean crops punished by high temperatures and erratic rainfall in St. Helena (GO).  Photo production, Elizângela Garcia Barbosa dos Santos.

Image soybean crops punished by high temperatures and erratic rainfall in St. Helena (GO).  Photo production, Elizângela Garcia Barbosa dos Santos.

Image soybean crops punished by high temperatures and erratic rainfall in St. Helena (GO).  Photo production, Elizângela Garcia Barbosa dos Santos.

Paraná

In Paraná, the second largest producing state of the crop, the most affected regions are the west and the north of the state. In Guaira, for example, the harvest has been completed in almost 40% of the area and, according to the president of the Rural Union of the municipality, Silvanir Rosset, the average productivity is 30 bags per hectare.

Check out the interview Silvanir Rosset, president of the Rural Union of Guaira:

>> Soybean harvest reaches 40% in Guaira / PR and yield reaches 30 scs / ha 

Minas Gerais 

In the region of Paracatu, one of the most important in grain production in the mining state, it does not rain for more than 30 days and losses for soybeans are already consolidated. However, the losses were not counted.And although the location has already gone through other periods like this because of the lack of rainfall, the high temperatures makes the situation worse, causing damage even in irrigation areas.

Check out and interview John Alves, farmers Paracatu:

>> In Paracatu (MG), breaking the bean reaches 70% due to adverse weather; soybean and corn crops have consolidated losses 

Photos of bean crops in Unai (MG) region. Images sent by farmers.

Photos of soybean crops in Unai (MG) region.  Images sent by farmers.

Photos of soybean crops in Unai (MG) region.  Images sent by farmers.

Photos of soybean crops in Unai (MG) region.  Images sent by farmers.

Sao Paulo

Itapeva is one of the most important soybean producing regions of the state of São Paulo and losses in the current crop can reach exceed 50% if the weather conditions do not improve in the coming weeks. The filling grain was severely compromised by the lack of rain and excessive heat. 

>> Soybeans: In Itapeva (SP), losses in crops can be above 50% due to the adverse weather

Soybean crops in the St. Michael the Archangel region (SP). Photo of farmer, John Xavier.

Soybean crops in the St. Michael the Archangel region (SP).  Photo of farmer, John Xavier.

Good condition - As has been common opinion among consultants and experts, the harvest 2014/15 has been very uneven and, if the states already mentioned have severe losses, some places in Tocantins, Rio Grande do Sul and Rondônia should bring good results. 

Rio Grande do Sul

In Rio Grande do Sul, the rains in January already spend double that expected for the period and contribute to the sound development of soybean crops, which are in flowering stage in most producing regions. However, it will be necessary to continue regular rainfall during the grain filling for the results to be consolidated, as explained by the agronomist Dirceu Gassen. High Cross, for example, benefit rains and crops have good conditions so far. Average productivity of plantations should be in 60 grain bags per hectare. 

Check out the interview Airton Becker, president of the Rural Union High Cross:

>> In Cruz Alta (RS), rains benefit and soybean crops have good conditions

Flowering in soybean crops in the region of São Francisco de Paula (RS). Image of farmers, Adans Bertolini.

Flowering in soybean crops in the region of São Francisco de Paula (RS).  Image of farmers, Adans Bertolini.

Tocantins

In Porto Nacional, an important city in soybean production in Tocantins, the rains returned to normal and eased the conditions of crops, stimulating the productive potential of plants, which are in the decisive phase of grain filling, as reported by the farmer Ademir Rossato . "In this season, if we have no lack of rainfall from now on, we can reap between 60-65 grain sacks per hectare. The first areas will be collected within 15 days," he says. 

Check out interview Ademir Rossatto, producer of Porto Nacional:

>> Return of rains in the region of Porto Nacional (TO) alleviate the conditions of the soybean crops, which are in grain filling stage

Rondônia

In Cherry, main production center of the state of Rondônia, the harvest is starting and the crops are shown in good condition, with prospects for significant results. "The region comprising Cherry, Corumbiará, Cabixi, Pimenteiras and Colorado, pointed expansion of the area planted compared to last year by more than 10%. The Vilhena region, located in the Cerrado area, has already started harvesting a little earlier, but productivity should be a little lower, "reported the farmer Adegildo Moreira Lima.

Source: Agricultural News
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