RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Southern Brazil, after somewhat favorable rains in October, has since turned drier and this pattern is expected to continue, raising concern for crops in this region.
November 1 through 15 was the 4th wettest first half of a November in over 30 years for Argentina's main soybean growing regions.
Meanwhile, for the Brazilian states of São Paulo south to Rio Grande do Sul it was the 7th to 9th driest first half of a November in over 30 years.
Soil moisture replenished in the fist half of November in Argentina should help to hold . . .