By Dayanne Sousa
Dry weather should persist during the week in major coffee and sugar cane production areas in Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais states, says Rura Clima meteorologist Marco Antonio dos Santos.
Producing areas at Brazilís Southeast should get beneficial rain by the second half of September, allowing blossoming for the 2023 arabica coffee crop, Santos says in message
Rain to allow soy producers in Mato Grosso do Sul to begin planting a new crop by mid-September
Week starts with lower temperatures in Brazilís Southeast, though there are no favorable conditions for frost, Nadiara Pereira, a meteorologist at Climatempo, says in a report.
Isolated rains are expected during the next few days over robusta coffee prod