The last few days in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, the temperatures remained low with the typical winds of the season. This wheat made the second corn crop advance in the northern part of the province, but the moisture also brought problems to plant sunflower. The total area dedicated to plant the flower diminished four percent from the 234,750 acres planted last year.
Other crops such as wheat continue to develop without inconveniences. The lowest temperatures in the Santa Fe province ranged from -6 degrees Celsius (20.6 degrees Fahrenheit) and 17.8 degrees Celsius (64 degrees Fahrenheit approximately). The maximum temperatures reached 36.1 degrees Celsius (96.9 degrees Fahrenheit).
The average relative humidity during the week in the region ranged from 41 percent to 67 percent. The lowest relative humidity registered was 33 percent.
(Source – http://www.blackseagrain.net/novosti/argentina-lack-of-moisture-brings-problems-to-sunflower-but-corn-harvest-advances)