Rains ease Argentina farmland dryness, but more needed

Reuters: Weekend rains brought much-needed moisture to farming areas in Argentina, but growers in the corn belt urgently need more rainfall in order to press on with plantings, a weather forecaster said on Monday. If severe dryness persists, many farmers could shelve plans to seed corn and sow soy instead when the planting season for the oilseed starts in October. "There were rains over the weekend, and a good amount of water in central and southeastern areas of Buenos Aires province. But it rained......

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