Soybean and Corn Advisor President Michael Cordonnier thinks recent rains have stabilized Brazil’s crop. “The weather has improved, but the dryness going forward will be more important.” While weather conditions are improving in Brazil, that’s not the situation in Argentina. “The next 10 day forecast is mostly dry weather for the central part of the country. The soybeans in Argentina are 57 percent planted and corn is 47 percent planted. Both are slow and the corn in Argentina is only rated 24 percent good to excellent, down 10 points from the prior week. The soybeans in Argentina is rated 55 percent good to excellent, down 12 points from the prior week.”
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