A group of Indiana farmers visiting Argentina say the country’s soybean crop has a challenging road ahead. Central Indiana farmer Mark Legan of Coatesville says the crop is late. “We’re seeing varying stages of development,” he says. “We’ve seen soybeans in particular that have just been planted, I can’t remember a time in the last 35 years and I held off planting because it’s been too dry.”
Legan says the crop should be in the same growth stage as late-July soybeans in the US.