Brazil’s Corn Crop Is at Risk as Rainfall ReturnsIsis Almeida and Whitney McFerron
The return of rain to corn-growing areas of Brazil, the world’s second-largest exporter, is threatening to cut output after dryness earlier this year delayed planting of the country’s second annual crop.
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