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Argentina may have areas with a 77% drop in corn

Updated Jan 19, 2023
Argentina has been facing a severe drought in recent years, this situation has been caused by a combination of factors, including climate change and the long duration of the La-Niña weather phenomenon. This condition has been causing significant impacts on the country's agriculture, mainly on soybean and corn crops.
The country's government relies on ProRindes, which is a tool that tries to anticipate the result of soy, corn, wheat and barley production in various locations in the Argentine pampas region and during an entire agricultural season. The two panels below show the relative productivity estimate for Corn and Soybean in Argentina, for this 2023 harvest and practically all regions present forecasts at most equal to the historical average. The department of Paraná may have a corn harvest of only 23% of the historical average. While soy in Marcos Juarez may have a result equivalent to 32% of what would be expected on average. These estimates are made considering simulated yields on a given forecast date for each soil type, agronomic ...
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