ROSARIO, Argentina (DTN) -- Argentine soybeans suffered during a bone-dry December but, unlike the corn crop, it's not too late to recover.
More rainfall like the smattering that doused the pampas at the start of this week will result in a decent crop, farmers and analysts say.
"The fate of the soybean crop will really be decided between Jan. 15 and Feb. 15," said Ricardo Baccarin, a commodities analyst at the Panagricola consulting firm in Buenos Aires.
That's not to say the dry weather has had no impact. Two months of sparse rains have left first crop soybean plants stunted ...