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La Nina Heat Is Scorching the World’s Largest Coffee Crops

  • On some Brazil farms, buds are being ‘cooked’ before opening
  • Dryness delays soy planting, but conditions are seen improving
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Prices of coffee, this year’s worst-performing major agricultural commodity, may get a boost from La Nina as the weather phenomenon threatens Brazil’s next crop.