Posted 9/15/2020 21:43 (#8497996 - in reply to #8497493) Subject: RE: South American bean production and La Niña
ottertail co mn
One thing for sure, they are going to keep expanding until the get shutdown from expansion by environmental and political workings.
So every time there is a La Niña the total bushels will still have an opportunity to be larger than the last La Niña
I don’t think most of SA gets much rain in July to early September. I have looked at sites that show no rain or very little rain over SA and basically says near normal rainfall for the area. So what I am trying to say a dry winter there is probably no different than a dry winter in where I live, it basically has no affect on my summer crops. If all of a sudden it starts raining down there in the next week, all the early drought talk will be forgotten. If it doesn’t start raining until the end of October we’ll then there will be something to talk about.