Argentina: The latest rains continued to provide moisture to the profile of the coarse crops

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Sustainability & Environmental Impact
Market & Price Trends
Published Mar 1, 2024

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Recent rainfall in Argentina has improved the water condition of soybeans, with 72.6% of the lots now in an adequate/optimal condition and 82% in a normal/excellent crop condition, according to the Buenos Aires Cereal Exchange. The rainfall has also positively impacted the commercial grain corn harvest in the provinces of Santa Fe and Entre Ríos, yielding an average of 105 qq/Ha. However, a heat wave has affected the potential yield of late plantings, but the production projection remains steady at 56,500,000 tons.
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(NAP) After the recent rainfall, the Adequate/Optimal water condition of Argentine soybeans increased by 5.4% on a national scale, bringing 72.6% of the lots to said condition; In turn, 82% present a Normal/Excellent crop condition, the Buenos Aires Cereal Exchange reported today. Under this context, 40.5% of the first plantings are in grain filling, and 27.1% of the second plantings are transiting from the beginning of pod formation, both scenarios concentrated in the center of the agricultural area. At the same time, 24.4% of the oilseed planted in the north (NOA-NEA) began the critical period, where fortunately there are forecasts of moderate to abundant rainfall for the coming days. For its part, the commercial grain corn harvest advanced in the provinces of Santa Fe and Entre Ríos, reporting average yields of 105 qq/Ha. On the other hand, rains recorded in the center-north and west of the agricultural area improve the water condition of late plantings, although the effect of ...
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