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Mike McGinnis South American weather 11/09/2011 @ 2:38pm Great story. And the South American weather is coming into focus for the markets. All reports indicate southern Brazil farmers are seeing favorable weather for a good seed-bed. Argentina doesn't have much to complain about yet either. Considering these two areas will be planting first, before central Brazil and further north, it appears the market is going with the idea that South America's planting season is going well. I wonder if anybody else, especially someone in-country, has a better perspective on SA planting weather?

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