Corn planting is about to start in Argentina. But a problem starts to grow on the road. In most corn regions of the South American country, rain drops were less than 10 millimeters in August. Baradero was the only exception with 16.8 millimeters of precipitation. To grow corn, these regions need between 20 and 30 millimeters of rains. According to the Rosario Board of Trade, the intentions to grow the cereal dropped nearly 20 percent in Argentina. If more water do not fall in the fields of the country, corn could be replaced by soybeans.
(Source – http://www.blackseagrain.net/novosti/corn-crops-from-argentina-need-more-water)