Brazilian sugarcane harvest will be delayed, predicts research group, citing drought

March 29, 2012 |

In Brazil, University of Sao Paulo research group CEPEA says that it doesn’t expect the sugarcane crush to begin until the second half of April rather than mid-April, likely due to poor rains in February and March, and the resulting lower sugar content expected in the cane.

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