Frosts are expected to harm corn and bean production

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The drop in temperatures with frost happening in several regions of the country should impact grain production and further increase food prices for the final consumer. The information comes from the weekly monitoring of crop conditions carried out by the National Supply Company (Conab).

Corn and second-crop beans, which are in full development, in addition to vegetables and perennial crops such as coffee, sugar cane and fruits, are likely to be the most affected.

In an interview with CNN agribusiness specialist Marcos Fava Neves spoke about the impact of the cold on national agriculture.

“As if the lack of grains we are in, the highest prices ever seen, there are three weather events that are worrying a lot right now.”

“The drought over the second corn crop in Brazil, the weather hindering planting in the United States with excessive rain and the risk of frost that is extremely high these days here in Brazil, harming oranges, coffee, sugarcane and corn. It’s a lot of complication,” she concluded.

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Source: CNN Brasil

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