Brazil experiencing weather woes
Consistently hot, dry weather conditions are parked over parts of central Brazil, including in key soybean growing areas such as Mato Grosso, delaying soybean planting and potentially limiting the amount of second crop corn that will be planted this year, Farm Journal reported last week.
Currently, about 70% of the Brazilian soybean crop is planted, well behind the average pace, a result of the uneven rainfall and increasingly dry conditions.

While fields in central Brazil are dry, parts of southern Brazil are...