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Brazil Sugarcane Weather - Jun 27

27 Jun 2017 6:30 am
 
Brazil Coffee/Citrus/Cane... 
 
    Dry conditions. Temperatures near to above normal. 
 
Coffee/Citrus/Cane Forecast... 
 
    Mostly dry weather during the next 7 days.Temperatures near to above normal 
through Friday, variable Saturday, near to below normal Sunday. No damaging 
cold is expected. 
    High pressure of 1035mb along the coast of Buenos Aires Argentina on Sunday 
will bring some cooler weather to the coffee belt early next week as it moves 
eastward out to sea. 
 
WORLD SUGAR PROSPECTS 
 
    It has turned drier again through the sugarcane belt along Australia's 
northeast coastline. This will favor seasonal fieldwork which should include 
harvesting of old crop and planting of new crop. 
    Some harvest disruptions in Sao Paulo Brazil 
    Periods of scattered rains through southern China will help maintain soil 
moisture development sugarcane. 
    The Indian Monsoon now covers southern and eastern India but has slower its 
northwestward push. Sugarcane in India relies on favorable Monsoon rains to 
supply soil moisture and irrigation. Key growing areas include Uttar Pradesh in 
the north, Maharashtra in west-central locations and Tamil Nadu to southern 
Karnataka in the south. Most sugarcane areas are in need of more rain to ensure 
favorable early development. 
   Mainly dry, warm weather will favor the harvest of sugarcane in southeast 
South Africa at this time. 
   Seasonal to above average rains through the southeast Asia region will favor 
sugarcane production but may delay the harvest. 
 
 
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June 27, 2017 02:30 ET (06:30 GMT)
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