SAO PAULO, January 18 (Reuters) – Brazilian soybean farmers, who started planting soybeans late due to the dry weather in the last months of 2020, only harvested 0.4% of the area of soybeans cultivated this season, agribusiness consultancy AgRural said on Monday.
Brazil harvested 1.8% of the area sown at this time last year, the AgRural statement said, even though the country sowed a record high of more than 38 million hectares (93.9 million hectares) for the 2020/2021 cycle.
The most advanced work is in Santa Catarina, where farmers sow oilseeds several days ahead of the regular calendar. The second most developed state is Mato Grosso, Brazil’s top producer of grain.
The consultancy agency said that after the dry season, rain and temperature supported the development of crops in January. However, there are reports of rare rain in parts of the Rio Grande do Sul, Maranhão, Tocantins, Bahia and north and east of Mato Grosso.
Rain forecasts for the second half of January, if confirmed, will help this area, AgRural said.
In December AgRural estimated Brazil’s soybean production at 131.7 million tonnes. The forecast will be revised and a new one will be released this week, the statement said.
Summer maize harvest reached 3.4% of the area in Central-South Brazil, up from 2.5% at the same time last year, AgRural said.
Most of the work was carried out in Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina, where preliminary yield reports showed rates of crop failure due to climate problems, the consultant said.
The Brazilian government has estimated a summer corn harvest of 23,911 million tonnes and total maize production of 102,313 million tonnes this year.
Most of Brazil’s maize is grown in the soybean area after farmers have harvested vegetable oil.
Some of the distant hurricanes affecting northern and western Europe this week will bring widespread rain, wind and snow. When the worst storms hit Great Britain, snow storms can occur in parts of England and Scotland.
“There will be a total of three storms that will impact the area through Thursday,” said AccuWeather Meteorologist Tyler Roys.
“The first hurricane is named Hurricane Christoph and will move across the British Isles on Tuesday and Tuesday night with heavy rain over parts of the British Isles. This will then bring snowstorms to southern Norway, central Sweden and Finland and a period of snow which will turn to snow. it rains all over eastern Germany, Poland, the Baltic States, and southern Sweden, “Roys explained.
While snow is expected to spread widely from Germany to Poland and the Baltic, the amount of snow will be lighter, averaging up to 8 cm (3 inches) over most areas.
Although snow is relatively light, it can still cause travel delays to places like Dresden and Warsaw. The impacts, however, may be short-lived as temperatures rise above freezing and snow will end or transition to periods of rain.
Most of Poland and Germany will be cooler and drier on Wednesday so the accumulated snow begins to melt.
Roy said, “The second storm will move from the Bay of Biscay on Wednesday to the northeast via the British Isles to the North Sea from Tuesday evening through Thursday.”
The storm will have its biggest impact on the British Isles from Wednesday to Thursday as it amplifies and brings heavy rain, wind and snow.
Although rainfall in many parts of Great Britain will start as rain on Monday night and Tuesday, Roys explains, “As the storm approaches Norway and increases, it will shift to snow in the northern highlands of England and Scotland and produce blizzard conditions starting late at night. Wednesday night to Thursday afternoon. “
The criterion for a blizzard as defined by the UK Meteorological Office is “moderate or heavy snowfall (either continuous or in the form of frequent rain) with wind speeds of 30 mph or more and a sufficiently large layer of snow reducing visibility to 200 meters or less. . “
The heaviest snow will be provided for the Scottish Highlands as well as the hills in southern Scotland and northern England where 8-15 cm (3-6 inches) can fall. However, snow accumulation alone is not expected to have the most significant impact.
As storms intensify in the North Sea and winds increase, blowing snow can greatly reduce visibility and cause severe drifts. This may make some roads impassable from Wednesday evening through Thursday.
The A68 from Newcastle upon Tyne to Edinburgh as well as the A9 via Scotland could experience delays due to slippery conditions. Some of the greatest travel impact will be reserved for highways such as the A93 that traverse mountainous regions.
Snow may be cold enough to mix with rain in Edinburgh and Aberdeen, but accumulations are most likely found further inland and on higher terrain.
As the storm spreads moisture over Scandinavia, heavy snow will fall over much of southern and central Norway into central Sweden. The most significant accumulations will occur in the interior of southern Norway where 30-60 cm (12-24 inches) can accumulate throughout the week.
Apart from snow, the first two storms can also bring heavy rain to the south of Great Britain and can trigger floods. Wales and northwest England are likely to receive heavy enough rain to cause flooding. Heavy rain is also possible in the far northwest of Spain. The amount of rain in this area can be up to 50-100 mm (2-4 inches) from Monday night to Thursday with AccuWeather Local StormMax ™ 200 mm (8 inches).
Roy added: “The third and final storm will move out of the Atlantic Ocean eastward through the Bay of Biscay into western France on Thursday. It will bring torrential rain to northwest Iberia and western and central France along with destructive winds to western France.”
The storm is expected to be fast-moving and largely wind-producing with gusts of up to 100 km / h (about 60 mph) over northwest Spain and western and northern France. AccuWeather Local StormMax ™ wind gusts of 120 km / h (75 mph) are expected and are likely to occur in western France.
This wind was strong enough to cut electricity to several areas and knock down some tree branches.
All three hurricanes are expected to weaken as they push into eastern Europe over time. Although it can bring areas of rain and snow, the impact is expected to remain significantly less than in northern and western Europe.
It’s been a while Bayoneta 3 Initially announced Game Awards, As early as 2017.Since then, apart from series creators, we have very little knowledge about game development Kamiya Hideki Said that development has been “going smoothly” in 2019. Platinum Games Since then, I have been working on some different projects, such as the 2019 Astral Chain, The port Wonderful 101, And the upcoming GG project
however, Nintendo everything Recently discovered and translated the video stream of Arcade Archives, the hamster boss Hamada Satoshi, Conducted a telephone interview with Kamiya.During this period, Kamiya hint hinted that we may receive updates Bayoneta 3 Later this year. NintendoEverything translated the following parts of the interview:
Hamada: I believe you are busy with new projects?
Kamiya Well, I think…we have been researching new content such as Bayonetta 3, not that I can say too much…but I hope we can provide the latest information this year.
Hamada: I understand.
Kamiya -And provide updates on other unannounced projects. I’m not sure if I can say that, but I still say that.
Hamada: (Laughs hysterically) Ah, that’s how it is, isn’t it?
Kamiya The point is-I have a lot to do this year.
Hamada: understood! Thanks for your comment.
Kamiya Please follow us. I hope to bring some hype to this industry.
Hamada: I hope so too! I really want to see you successfully make AAA games. At the same time, we will pay more attention to classic games.
Kamiya I will try my best, thank you.
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Text messages in English and Portuguese have been sent to 1,511 travelers who have arrived at Ireland from Brazil in the past 28 days advised them to self-isolate and arrange for a Covid-19 test, the Department of Health has said.
Up to four text messages per person have begun to be sent to arrivals from Brazil where a new strain of the Covid-19 virus has emerged in recent weeks. This followed the emergence of a more transmissible strain of the coronavirus in the UK and south Africa.
The government is currently advising against undertaking “all travel to and from countries in South America” while the Health Minister is asking everyone who has arrived from Brazil over the past two weeks to contact their GP to administer a free Covid-19 test and to limit their movements.
A Health Ministry spokesperson underlined that all passengers arriving in the state are required to fill out a Covid-19 passenger search form and show evidence of a negative PCR test.
“In the last few days, a series of SMS text messages have been sent to 1,511 passengers arriving from Brazil in the past 28 days to pass this advice on to them,” he said. The Irish Times. “These text messages are sent in English and Brazilian Portuguese. Recent arrivals will receive up to four SMS within a 14 day period of arrival to Ireland. “
Luz Pereira, a member of the Irish branch of the Women of Brazil group, said the government should use social media to inform travelers from Brazil about the updated Covid-19 advice, adding that the Irish community of Brazil relies heavily on Facebook for updates on the pandemic. Ms Pereira flew to Brazil in late December following the death of a family member and returned to Ireland last Friday. He is currently self-isolating and has arranged to take a Covid-19 test. He said airport officials did not ask where he flew from after arriving in Dublin but he had received text messages in English and Portuguese advising him to quarantine after his trip and arrange for tests.
There is still a lot of confusion around Covid-19 health advice among the migrant community, especially when people rely on updates from home countries and the Irish media, he said. Migrant frontline workers also remain very nervous about catching the virus, he added. “The people we talk to don’t get the assurance they need that everything will be all right. Not everyone receives the protective equipment they need and people are very nervous. “
Paulo Azevedo Ribeiro, deputy head of mission at the Brazilian embassy in Dublin, said posting the latest Covid-19 advice on Facebook was “very effective” but embassy officials also used WhatsApp groups, phone calls, emails and contacting community groups to get outgoing messages. “Strictly following health restrictions and recommendations is on everyone’s mind, there is no doubt about that,” said Azevedo Ribeiro. “Everyone we spoke to was very committed and involved.”
Valeria Aquino, Integration Officer with the Irish Immigrant Council who also runs the Brazilian Family Association in Ireland, said language schools and student unions should also play a role in disseminating information among students.
“Most Brazilians here are language students and their first point of contact is their school. I think focusing on disseminating information through schools and international language student unions is the most efficient way. “
Ms Aquino agrees that the migrant community can become confused by the mixed health messages surrounding Covid-19 coming from Ireland and their home countries. “There is a lot of information online and media groups but it is difficult to know which one is reliable. That can be a big challenge. And the longer you stay here, the more you feel you have to connect with the national media so you know what’s going on. “
Ms Aquino said Brazil in Ireland had been hit “very hard” by the virus given so many working in frontline roles such as retail and childcare. “Many people come to us looking for basic information like where they can get food or how to access the health system. We also have many cases of domestic violence and women trying to access this service without fluent English. All of this makes the Covid situation more difficult for migrants. “
“Hitman 3” is almost on the digital store, and IO Interactive’s most anticipated 2021 game should receive all the hype and buzz generated after the success of the first batch of the video game series. The company has released a pre-order guide for the next-generation console PS5, which will share all the in-depth details of the upcoming new game.
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IO Interactive, a Danish video game developer and publishing company, is one of the best in the gaming world this month, as it helps with all the knowledge required for the trailer, first look, and upcoming action games. The main business of the “Hitman” series is video games, but it was adapted to fit a larger screen and released two Hollywood movies of the same name.
Agent 47 is coming, this time, he continues his previous version of the adventure, and now brings the landscape and game environment to PlayStation 5 for next-generation games. Assassin-centric video games are expected to continue their initial actions and violence. Features, all revolve around gunfights and battle scenes to stimulate the adrenaline game experience.
according to IO interaction, “HITMAN 3” will be the third dramatic conclusion of the “Assassination World” trilogy, focusing on the story of Agent 47 and his adventures that prevented engineers from creating. It is known that this organization conducts experiments on young children and turns them into killing machines, with barcodes on their foreheads, which are represented by numbers.
“HITMAN 3” provides a total of 60 to 70GB in size and system requirements at the time of download and release. In addition, with the exception of cloud-based online games such as Stasta, all platforms require a one-day patch to install and integrate their games into the game system.
IO Interactive stated that after purchasing “HITMAN 3”, “HITMAN 1 and 2” will have special purchase rights, but game players are required to purchase two games to redeem and enjoy their benefits. The “Standard Edition” and the “Deluxe Edition” offer “HITMAN 3”, the latter featuring a luxurious set with 6 luxurious upgrades, sets, items, weapons and a digital soundtrack of the trilogy.
Hitman 3 pre-order and release date
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IO Interactive has accepted Pre-install or pre-order the game Suitable for PlayStation 5, PS4, Xbox Series S and X and Xbox One consoles. PC and Stadia platforms cannot be booked. However, due to restrictions, Asian players cannot preload the game.
“HITMAN 3” is scheduled to be released globally at 13:00 UTC on January 20 (Wednesday).
“Hitman 3” trailer and gameplay
IO Interactive has released various trailers and eye-catching versions of “HITMAN 3”, telling the early appearance of the infamous Agent 47 and his struggle against the organization’s rule and tyranny.
“HITMAN 2” players can continue their progress in “HITMAN 3”. In the new game, different positions (as shown in its predecessor) and profiles, levels, experience points, etc. will appear.