Brazil: New Record Grain Production on Horizon Aug 30, 2022

    🕔Aug 30, 2022
    Brazilian grain producers are expected to begin planting in September.  If the weather cooperates, the Brazilian harvest could result in its largest grain harvest in history. The first forecast for […]

    Corn: What Can the U.S., South America Expect as Yields Face 3rd Straight La Niña Jul 14, 2022

    🕔Jul 14, 2022
    Meteorologists are forecasting a third consecutive year of La Niña. The occurrence of two successive La Niña winters in the Northern Hemisphere is common, however, having three in a row […]

    Corn: Brazil Expecting Historic Safrinha Despite Less Than Ideal Weather Jun 16, 2022

    🕔Jun 16, 2022
    Brazil’s second corn crop, also known as the safrinha (Portuguese for “little harvest”), is expected to produce 3,465 million bushels in the 2021/22 crop season, 45% higher than last season’s […]

    Soybeans: How Will 3rd Consecutive La Nina Affect U.S., Brazil, and Argentina’s Yields? May 24, 2022

    🕔May 24, 2022
    International long-term forecast models hint at the possibility of a third consecutive La Niña event this year. It is not uncommon to see La Niña occurring over two successive seasons. […]

    Nitrogen Fertilizer Prices, Supply in Light of the Ukraine-Russia Conflict Apr 9, 2022

    🕔Apr 9, 2022
    Nitrogen fertilizer prices are high and likely will go higher due to repercussions from the Ukraine-Russia conflict. Herein, we trace the evolution of nitrogen price increases, making the case that […]

    Fertilizer: How Has the Ukraine Conflict Impacted Exports to Brazil and the U.S.? Mar 18, 2022

    🕔Mar 18, 2022
    The Russian invasion of Ukraine substantially elevates the risk of disruptions in the global fertilizer trade. Russia is the world’s largest exporter of fertilizers, accounting for 23% of ammonia exports, […]

    Soybean Prices Rise as Drought in South America Reduces Harvest Feb 28, 2022

    🕔Feb 28, 2022
    Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay, which account for more than 50% of the world’s soybean supply, are expecting smaller harvests this crop season. Major agricultural agencies and consultancies have already slashed […]

    Ag Trade: Investments in Brazilian Grain Transportation Shrink U.S. Logistical Advantage Jan 20, 2022

    🕔Jan 20, 2022
    Traditionally, grain transportation costs in Brazil have been much higher than in the United States, giving a competitive advantage to American production. Much of the reason for this advantage is […]

    Corn Yields: Comparing Brazil, Argentina, and the U.S. Jan 14, 2022

    🕔Jan 14, 2022
    Safrinha corn is Brazil’s 2nd corn crop, planted right after the soybean harvest, typically in January and February, mainly in the Midwest and Center-South of Brazil. Initially smaller than the 1st crop, […]

    Brazil’s Largest Corn Crop Affected by Rising Fertilizer Prices Nov 9, 2021

    🕔Nov 9, 2021
    Soaring fertilizer prices will impact Brazil’s largest corn crop, which will be planted starting in January 2022, after the soybean harvest. Many farmers haven’t guaranteed their fertilizer needs yet for […]


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