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Farmers sold 37.5 million tonnes soybeans from the 2020-21 in Argentina says govt

22 Jan 2022 9:19 am
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Mumbai, 22 January (Commoditiescontrol) The farmers of Argentina have sold 37.5 million tonnes of soybeans from the 2020-21 season so far including 261,200 tonnes in the seven days to Jan. 12, as per a report.

The pace of sales was behind that of the previous season. At this time last year, sales of 38.6 million tonnes of soybeans had been registered, according to official data.

The 2020-21 soybean harvest in Argentina ended in June at 43.1 million tonnes, according to the Buenos Aires Grains Exchange, which estimated the 2019-20 crop at 49 million tonnes.


       
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