Soybean and Corn Advisor President Michael Cordonnier says hot, dry weather is taking its toll on Argentina’s soybean crop. “It’s been hot and dry about three weeks. It’s hitting the soybeans as they’re filling pods and it’s really taken a toll on the crop.” Southern Brazil is also hot and dry, but Cordonnier still expects a record soybean crop. “I look at this and I may trim my estimate for Brazilian soybeans, but it’s not going to be any higher. It will be a record crop by a couple million tons.”
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