Brazilian Coffee Harvest Down 13%

The Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture predicted coffee production will fall this year by 13% as trees fall into the lower half of the biennial performance cycle.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

As outlined in the article in Martesfinanciero.com, "Farmers will harvest between 41.9 million and 44.7 million bags this year, compared to 48.1 million bags harvested last year, stated Conab on its website, a department from the Ministry of Agriculture specializing in crop forecasting ."

However, this decline may be offset by better returns during the period, higher investments in fertilizers and pesticides, investments made by producers thanks to higher revenues as a result of the high prices reached by the bean.

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Fall in Brazil's Coffee Production

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Colombian Coffee Production Up 18%

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Record Coffee Harvest in Brazil

September 2012

The 2012-2013 Brazilian harvest will produce more than 50 million bags each weighing 60 kilos of processed grain.

According to projections from the state run National Supply Company (Conab) coffee production in Brazil's 2012 harvest will reach 50.48 million processed bags. This is the result of the third Conab survey, released on Thursday 6 September in Brasilia.

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