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Argentina Soy Harvest Resumes
Alastair Stewart South America Correspondent
Thu Apr 17, 2014 09:39 AM CDT

SAO PAULO, Brazil (DTN) -- A welcome end to the rain across the Argentine soybean belt has allowed crops to recover and harvest efforts to accelerate, according to the Buenos Aires Cereals Exchange.

Soybean harvesting moved forward eight percentage points to reach 21.4% as of Thursday, said the exchange. But that is still 17.2 points behind last year due to the heavy rain at the start of the month.

According to the report, there have not been significant losses because of the wet weather, with problems restricted to parts of central Buenos Aires, where 5% to 10% losses were registered ...

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