Hot, dry conditions persist in Brazil and Argentina. Nutrien Ag Solutions Principal Atmospheric Scientist Eric Snodgrass says that’s especially true in southern Brazil. “The dryness goes from Parana to Rio Grande Do Sul, a quarter of Brazil’s entire soybean crop. That dryness will extend further north in the next 10 days into Sao Paulo, that’s 40 percent of Brazil’s crop at risk of very dry conditions.” It’s unclear if the dryness will stick around throughout the rest of the growing season.
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