SAO PAULO, June 29 (Reuters) - Brazil will harvest nearly
148 million tonnes of soybeans in the coming season, as farmers
are expected to grow plantings and improve yields after dryness
slashed output in the crop year that is now ending.
According to the findings of a Reuters poll on Wednesday,
eight analysts predict the planted area in Brazil, the world's
biggest soy supplier, could grow by nearly 3% to 42.2 million
hectares (104.2 million acres).
(Reporting by Ana Mano
Editing by Paul Simao)