A planted area shows a decline of 3.2% and an area to be harvested a reduction of 3.4% in the year.
For Arabica coffee, the estimated production of 2.0 million tons (33.3 million bags), growth of 6.0% compared to the previous month, and a decline of 29.3% compared to the previous year.
In 2021, the Arabica crop will have a negative biennial, which should result in a significant retraction in production.
Minas Gerais is the largest producer, accounting for 69.8% of Brazilian production in 2021, with an estimated harvest of 1.4 million tons – a growth of 7.9% compared to the previous month, but a decline of 30, 9% compared to 2020.
For canephora coffee, better known as conillon, the production estimate was 919.8 million tons (15.3 million bags), growth of 0.9% compared to the previous month, and 6.3% in compared to 2020. In Espírito Santo, the largest Brazilian producer, with about 67.6% of the total production in 2021, the estimate is 621.3 thousand tons, with growth of 10.6% compared to the previous year, and , in Bahia, the production evaluation was 126.2 thousand tons, with a decrease of 0.5% in relation to the production obtained in 2020.
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