Brazil’s centre-south region received good rain during the recent time after a long dry spell. However, this rain is not enough for sugarcane crops which will begin to be harvested in April 2021.
According to the news report, Bruno Lima, director of the sugar and ethanol division of StoneX said that the regions received rain below the historic average and last year’s average during the October this year.
The region receives an average of 120 mm rainfall in October every year. However this year the rains are around 20 mm. By the end of October, the region is likely to receive 130 mm rain.
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