According to the report released by the Buenos Aires Grain Exchange, in Argentina's summer (November to February), La Nina phenomenon will lead to dry weather and affect soybean and corn crops in the agricultural belt of the Pampas plain.
Meteorological experts from the exchange said that under the influence of La Nina, there was little rainfall in most of the main planting areas during January and February. Drought will cause damage to crop yield. The rainfall in March will increase. But many places are still dry.
Nevertheless, the weather forecast shows that there will be rainfall in December, which will help to replenish moisture in farmland before the drought. Rainfall also contributed to the restoration of water levels in major rivers in Argentina.
Source: Master Boyi