Market Talks: What are the trends for coffee production in Brazil?

Author Argus

Coffee prices reached record levels in 2021 under the influence of Brazil's crop failure, which was greatly affected by the weather. Is there any chance of recovering production in the 2022-23 crop year?

And can the rising price of fertilizers also affect coffee production? The answer to these and other questions can be found in another episode of the podcast Market Talks. Argus' agriculture and fertilizer editor in Brazil, Flavia Bohone, and the deputy editor, Alessandra Mello, talk about the latest forecasts for the coffee sector.

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Podcast episode is in Portuguese

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