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The alarming projection of the Argentine soybean harvest based on satellite images

As many grain traders focus on Argentina's three-year drought, a meteorologist is using satellite imagery to make an alarming projection: the nation's next soybean crop could fall to its lowest level in five years.

Mickael Attia, crop analyst for EarthDaily Analytics, forecasts the second-quarter soybean crop to be down to 36.9 million metric tonnes.

That is well below the Buenos Aires . . .

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