Rosario Board of Trade estimates recovery of soybean crop’s full potential in Argentina


The Rosario Board of Trade has readjusted its projection for Argentina’s corn and soybean crops. The oilseed output would reach 56 million metric tons, which is one million metric tons higher than the forecast of last month and almost reaches its full potential since planting. A trend of higher yields could increase as harvest is about to start.

Throughout February, scattered rains have affected in most major producing regions and have produced a likely recover of yields with adequate moisture.

For corn, the Board of Trade also raised the perspective of output from 36.5 million metric tons to 38 million metric tons. The harvest of the cereal already started in the country with two percent of progress c


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