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No big rains expected for dry areas of Brazil until end of year

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A principal atmospheric scientist with Nutrien Ag Solutions says the dry conditions in Brazil are starting to show up in corn and soybean production estimates.

Eric Snodgrass says the northern part of Brazil has been extremely dry, which has caused CONAB and USDA to adjust expectations, because of acreage changes and planting delays.

Most of the Serato, located south of Mato Grosso, was planted an average two to four weeks late and some was planted six weeks late.

No big rains expected for dry areas of Brazil until end of year

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