jose frogone 12/29/2010 @ 3:20pm
I tend to agree with Santiago, but there is a point he is missing which is the fact that in many areas double crop beans has not been seeded yet and in many others only 50/60 % has been completed. If we do not have some good rains before Jan 10 double crop beans seede after this date will result in poor yields. Jose
Re: Re: Argentina
Mike McGinnis 01/04/2011 @ 10:13am
Are you farming in Argentina, as well? If so, can you give us an update on the current drought situation? Also, if you have a picture or two of the corn and soybean crop, we would love to see you post it. Thanks.
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