GENERAL VILLEGAS, Argentina (DTN) -- Waterlogged low-lying fields contrast with dust coming up from bone-dry tracks alongside the higher-lying soy and corn crops in northern and northwestern reaches of Argentina's Buenos Aires province.
There are also stark contrasts between crops, with the early-planted soy and corn looking strong and lush, while the later-planted crops looks in desperate need of moisture.
This is the product of the bizarre weather patterns experienced across Argentina's grain belt this year, with a year's worth of precipitation falling between August and mid-December and almost no rain since.
"It has been a strange year. We have ...