Soybean on high alert due to drought: 200,000 hectares more could be lost

The lack of rainfall continues to affect soybeans planted in the core zone, and weather forecasts are not too encouraging for the coming days. In this context, the Rosario Stock Exchange warned that 1.12 million hectares are in fair to poor condition, and if they do not receive water in the short term, at least another 240,000 tons would be lost, which would add to the previous cut of 4 million tons.

Source: Ámbito