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Delhi potato steady as supply down
Onion prices unavailable as key markets shut.
Onion prices up in Lasalgaon as arrivals. Prices of onion in Lasalgaon
Coriander, up as acreage seen falling.
CDEX mustard seed hits 5-wk low tailing spot market.
China’s September soybean imports fall, but ahead of expectations.
Area under soybean up 6.7%. First survey of soybean crop for the season of 2018-19
NCDEX soybean up tracking spot prices, CBOT cues.
Centre-south Brazil Sep 16-30 sugar output 1.29 mln tn, down 55% YoY.
Sugar’s biggest rally in a decade isn’t convincing many of a sustained turnaround for the worst commodity in recent years.
India Sugar: Up in Maharashtra on reports of white grub pest attack.
Brazilian farmers are expected to harvest up to 238.54 million tonnes of grain in the 2018/19 season, with the South American country potentially breaking its production record thanks to expected corn and soy bumper crops. In the prior season, Brazilian farmers harvested some 227.91 million tonnes of grains like soybeans and corn. Much of the gain is expected to be in corn, with output expected to rise as much as 12.75 percent to 91.08 million tonnes, Conab said in its first forecast for the 2018/19 season, which kicked off in September. Brazil’s soybean output could total 119.42 million tonnes in 2019, roughly in line with this year’s record of 119.28 million tonnes, Conab said. Brazil is the world’s largest exporter of soy. Levels of farm credit, strong fertilizer sales and the intention of farmers to plant at least 61 million hectares (150 million acres) of grain all indicate a strong harvest. Recent bumper crops have been eagerly sought by China, whose demand for Brazilian grains skyrocketed this year as a result of the country’s trade war with the United States.Conab expects Brazil to export 76 million tonnes of soybeans in 2018, an all-time high since records began, and 75 million tonnes in 2019.