Crop Year 2012-2013 Crop Progress Reports from Brazil
Each week, the Cropspotters provide reports and commentary about crop progress on their farms and in their part of the country. By reading the CropSpotters weekly crop progress reports, you'll learn about the challenges they face, the issues they overcome, and what they’re doing to maximize profit.
Fresh progress reports are availble every Tuesday throughout the Brazilian crop year (November through April). Reports from 10 of the 13 CropSpotters are FREE to all of our readers. Reports from our 3 Prime CropSpotters are available to our subscribers only.
Weekly reports have ended for the season
Get news from the South American point of view each week, and read what the Brazilians and Argentines are reading. The weekly bulletin comes out 50 times per year, and covers ag information you won’t likely find anywhere else. And it’s presented with our take on what it means to you. Track ethanol and biodiesel prices in Brazil; find out where to see rust outbreaks on a map; See how the individual farmer reports fit into the big picture—the big picture from a South American angle!
See what the Brazilians are getting for their corn and soybeans—every week in the Brazil Ag News Roundup! Available weekly except for holiday weeks, to subscribers!
CropSpotters is where North American and South American agriculture meet. Our mission is to keep you informed about South American farming issues by providing weekly progress reports from our Brazilian CropSpotters, feedback from farmers across the globe, and insightful information from industry professionals.
Every week of the Brazilian Crop year, we offer guest commentary from ag experts and influentials all over the world. Our guest lineup for this year includes ag consultants, heads of Brazilian ag organizations (like Abag), ag economists, meteorologists from Brazil's meteorology institute - and many more!
This Week's Guest Commentator:
Brazil has become a major producer and exporter of corn, with exports skyrocketing after the U.S. drought. So we asked a Brazilian corn association leader for his thoughts on the future…
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