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Worst Argentine Drought Since ’61

Argentina’s soybean farmers are braced for another week of scorching temperatures that may extend crop losses from the country’s worst drought since 1961. Temperatures will approach 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) in the Pampas farming area, evaporating soil moisture and reducing potential yields, according to the Rosario Board of Trade, where most of the country’s soybeans are traded. Full Story

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