Re: Floor Talk May 4, 2021
Serious question here.
Brazil had a late main harvest which translated into a very delayed second crop.
They are historicly dry second half of second crop production cycle.
Why did they continue to plant corn?
(Yea I know, price os off the charts)
They do grow milo down there too.
It to me would have been the logically more suitable crop in that scenario.
The gov't has now announced large incentives to grow more corn and specifically milo for their livestock industry.
Was seed not available?
They not like the itch at harvest?
(Milo also known as itch weed on a stick)