Argentina November Planting Conditions Improve a Little

November 12, 2012

Argentina planting conditions have improved in early November with below-normal rainfall in corn and soybean areas.

More than twice normal rainfall occurred in October, causing widespread flooding.  It was the second straight month of extreme wetness in the Argentina grain belt.  Only 40% of  intended corn had been sown by November 7, based on local reports, and 17 points behind last year’s pace. 

The window is rapidly closing on planting of full-season corn varieties, but growers would still have the option to plant soybeans  into December... subscribers continue to full story...


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