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Someone has to be wrong: new report from fields.
Posted by ShortDude
on October 28, 2020, 5:39 am
Arabica-coffee trees in southern Minas Gerais, Zona da Mata, Cerrado, Sao Paulo’s Mogiana region, and Parana state experienced significant flowering after this month’s precipitation, Cepea, a University of Sao Paulo researcher group, says in report. NOTE: Flowers will turn into cherries containing beans to be harvested next year “Satisfactory” flowering in some areas brought relief to farmers who were concerned about trees after a prolonged period of dryness and a bumper harvest this year NOTE: Brazil Rain for Eight Days May Aid Soy, Coffee New flowering events may happen in the coming weeks if rains persist In robusta-coffee areas, crop development for 2021 is in line with expectations, Cepea says Farmers could ease the dryness impact with irrigation.