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Argentina bounces back

Agriculture.com Staff 03/10/2010 @ 8:46am

Over the last week, the Crop Expedition team visited government statistical agencies, ports, cooperatives, and farmers throughout the Argentine corn and soybean belt.

Together, Buenos Aires, Santa Fe and Cordoba, the three provinces visited by the Crop Expedition team, account for 82% of the country's soybeans crop and 80% of the corn production.

Over the last week, the Crop Expedition team visited government statistical agencies, ports, cooperatives, and farmers throughout the Argentine corn and soybean belt.

Together, Buenos Aires, Santa Fe and Cordoba, the three provinces visited by the Crop Expedition team, account for 82% of the country's soybeans crop and 80% of the corn production.

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