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The Brazilian Ag Ministry extended the soy planting window from 110 days to 140 days, or until February in some states, citing increased seed production and the need for later planting, said Alan Brugler of Brugler Marketing.

U.S. soybeans are rated 57% good/excellent and 38% dropping leaves, according to Total Farm Marketing.

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