SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's second corn crop, which is planted after soybeans are harvested, will rise significantly from the previous cycle thanks to beneficial weather, a Reuters poll showed on Wednesday.
According to an average estimate by 10 forecasters, Brazil may harvest 66.22 million tonnes of second-crop corn in the 2018-19 season, or 22.9 percent above 2017-18, when adverse weather conditions slashed yields. The estimate also represents a 1 percent rise from the 65.35 million forecast in a Reuters poll last month.
(Reporting by José Roberto Gomes; writing by Ana Mano, editing by G Crosse)
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Updated Date: Mar 28, 2019 02:05:23 IST