NEWS
Mike Palmerino Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:37 PM CST

After a very wet spring across most of the major corn and soybean areas of central Argentina which caused planting delays, we have finallly seen a shift in the wet pattern to a drier trend. This is actually quite favorable at the present time as it allows any remaining planting to take place and provides plenty of sunshine for developing crops under favorable soil moisture conditions.

However, in just the past few days we have have seen some hot weather develop in some of the southern and western portions of the belt with some areas in parts of Buenos Aires and ...

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