Strong U.S. cane crops still possible despite challenging weather

Even after the end of Hawaii cane cultivation and some adverse weather in recent months, U.S. cane sugar output could still hit USDA’s forecast of 4.04 million STRV, a 19-year high.

Despite poor rains, Florida could reach a two- or three-year high on high sugar content and good weather for plant and harvest. Louisiana saw excess rains, but planting gains and strong tonnage mean a near-record crop is still possible.

U.S. Cane Regions, 90-day Anomalous Precipitation


Source: NOAA
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