Person holding handful of soybeansFarmers in Brazil are facing hot, dry weather and a delayed start to the rainy season, especially in the soybean-rich central and western parts of the country. Soybean planting is moving slowly (five percent planted in Mato Grosso compared to the normal pace of 20% by this week) and many producers may be facing replant decisions soon as long as hot, dry weather holds. Those conditions could be bullish to U.S. soybean prices in the short term and have longer-term implications for soybean exports. See more on the developing weather situation in Brazil.