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Brazilian farmers are planting the new soy crop at a record pace, reaching 20 percent of the projected area by Thursday, consultancy AgRural said on Monday.

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Brazil grain production to rise on bumper corn crop: Conab

SAO PAULO/BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazilian farmers are expected to harvest up to 238.54 million tonnes of grain in the 2018/19 season, the government said on Thursday, with the South American country potentially breaking its production record thanks to expected corn and soy bumper crops.

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Trump trade war delivers farm boom in Brazil, gloom in Iowa

LUÍS EDUARDO, Brazil/BOONE, Iowa (Reuters) - The Bella Vita luxury condominium tower rises 20 stories over the boomtown of Luís Eduardo Magalhães in northeastern Brazil.

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Agribusiness GDP expected to grow by 1.7% in 2018

Esalq / USP's Center for Advanced Studies in Applied Economics (CEPEA), in partnership with CNA (Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock), has been re-estimated to 1.7% growth in GDP-volume of Brazilian agribusiness in 2018. Livestock of Brazil).

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Mission aims to expand markets for Brazilian agriculture in Asia

In a mission that leads to expand and consolidate markets in Asia for Brazilian agricultural products, Luís Rangel, Secretary of Defense for Agriculture and Livestock of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply (MPLS), met with government officials who should be able to sign protoco

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Brazil’s Good-News Story Is Hiding in the Rainforest

Not to spoil the mood, but a green shoot threatens to poke through the funk lately enveloping Brazil. The rare good news emerges from an unlikely patch of this conflagrated land, the Amazon rainforest.

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Scientists from Brazil and the United States create application for global monitoring of wheat disease

Researchers at the University of Passo Fundo (UPF), Embrapa and University of Kansas (KU) have developed an application to encourage crop surveillance and to establish a database of wheat blight epidemics around the world.

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SAO PAULO, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Brazil, the world's No 1 soy exporter, is expected to import around 1 million tonnes of the oilseed in coming months from its largest global competitor, the United States, as local supplies dwindle, according to Sao Paulo-based grain trader Agribrasil.

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Soy planting gets underway in Brazil after favorable weather

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian farmers sped up soy and corn plantings this week for the country’s next grain crop, under favorable weather conditions and a positive market outlook, despite a sharp fall in soybean futures in Chicago on Tuesday.

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Mission in Asia and the East seeks to expand and seek new markets for Brazilian agriculture

In order to expand and maintain the markets already conquered in Asia and the East, the mission of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply) Ministry of Defense began a fifteen-day trip last Sunday, which will include visits to Vietnam, Chin

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