VENADO TUERTO, Argentina (DTN) -- "Wonderful," "fantastic" and "historic" were just some of the superlatives used to describe the corn harvest during a recent trip around Argentina's grain belt.
Ample rainfall more than compensated for the sparse investment in fertilizers used to produce record yields.
"It's been a more or less perfect year. We've never seen yields as impressive as these," said Juan Manuel Iraola, who manages 7,500 acres in and around Venado Tuerto, Santa Fe province.
With 30% of the 2015-16 crop harvested, Argentina looks set to produce a crop of 25 million to 26 million metric tons, down ...