The process of sowing the first crop of beans in Rio Grande do Sul is still ongoing. In regions where a second harvest is being produced, the planting phase has already been completed. However, in areas in the northeast of the state of Rio Grande do Sul where there is only a single harvest annually, planting continues in its initial phase and, in the South Region, which cultivates in stages, sowing is approaching the end.
In the administrative region of Emater/RS-Ascar de Caxias do Sul, cultivation is carried out in a single cycle, and the sowing of crops destined for the commercial market will only begin in December. In Ijuí, the culture is in the reproductive stage; approximately 30% of plantations are in the flowering phase. The first cultivation areas, which represent 70% of the total area, are already in the pod and grain development stage, showing promising productive potential. Farmers are constantly monitoring the presence of pests and diseases, and pay special attention to the application of fungicides.
In Frederico Westphalen, 30% of the area is in the germination and vegetative development phases; 50%, in the flowering phase; and 20%, in the grain filling phase. In Pelotas, 61% of the initial planting estimate was planted. The vegetative development phase predominates, and there has been a significant improvement in crops due to the increase in temperatures.
The weather remains unstable throughout Rio Grande do Sul this November 15th holiday. In the north and northwest region, the condition will be very cloudy and rain of moderate to heavy intensity throughout the day, there are forecasts of thunderstorms and strong gusts of wind in these areas, municipalities must remain on alert. In other regions, rain occurs at any time of the day, being voluminous and strong, especially in the eastern region.
Danger of storms, heavy rain and wind gusts above 90 km/h in the north and northwest. Warning of storms and wind gusts of up to 90 km/h in the central region, metropolitan region of Porto Alegre and the north coast. Watch out for moderate to heavy rain, lightning and wind gusts of up to 70 km/h in other regions.
On Thursday (11/16), the passage of a new cold front, combined with the action of low pressure over Paraguay, intensifies the rain in much of the state. In the north, central-north and east regions, including the capital Porto Alegre, the forecast is for storms (thunderstorms/massive rain) throughout the day. Watch out for strong gusts of wind. In the Santa Maria region, rain occurs at any time of the day, with even heavy intensity. The action of high pressure favors stable weather and no rain in Campanha, the southern region and Uruguaiana.
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