Your objective is to disqualify me, but I will try to answer your questions:
You wrote "May you just give us the breakdown of your crop predictions in the forum from 2015 till 2019 compared with final official figures of the crops being harvested. "
What is the official harvest number of Brazil ?? CONAB, USDA, ECOM, ICO, what's your official number ??? What official figure do you refer to ???
First of all, Brazil is a continental country, which institution do you indicate that does the harvest survey on scientific bases and that demonstrates its methodology ???
I believe in CONAB, in my opinion the big mistake is in Brazilian domestic consumption, which distorts CONAB data, so I always rely on CONAB data, I am not going to the field to do scientific studies of harvest expectations, I am not going, USDA ICO will not, and most will not.
See that I don't mean absolute numbers, I mean percent, based on the last harvest, so stop being stupid.
Antifreeze, you misinterpret what I write, if you think that Brazil is in a favorable climatic situation, it is your right.
I continue with the opinion that due to several factors, the expectation of harvesting arabica coffee in 2021 will be less than 50% of the harvest this year. If the rains come and the heat increases, surely the expectation will be even lower.
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