The Brazilian corn crop is expected to set a record in the winter of 2023, with 95.9 million tons. Despite a delay due to heavy rains at the start of the year, the outcome shows a 5.5% increase over the previous year. According to 4intelligence data, farmers in the states of Goiás and Mato Grosso should have the greatest average production in the country, with 106.5 and 106.3 bags per hectare, respectively. Productivity in localities of Mato Grosso’s center area, such as Sorriso, Lucas do Rio Verde, and Nova Mutum, should surpass 110 bags per hectare. This year’s corn planting in Parana and Mato Grosso do Sul is the most recent in a series that began in 2016.
Source: AgroLink (*Translated by Ia Niani)