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Wednesday, February 25, 2004
Argentina Soy Crop Hit By Asian Rust
February 25, 2004 Argentina Soy Crop Hit By Asian Rust   Asian rust, a highly contagious and potentially devastating fungal disease, has been found among soybeans in the province of Corrientes in northeastern Argentina, the country's animal ...
Tuesday, February 24, 2004
US Soybean Futures Soar To 15-Year High On Falling Supplies From Brazil, Argentina
February 24, 2004 US Soybean Futures Soar To 15-Year High On Falling Supplies From Brazil, Argentina Soybean futures in Chicago soared to their highest price in more than 15 years amid speculations of dwindling Brazilian and Argentine soy c ...
Thursday, February 19, 2004
Argentina 2003-04 Soybean Area Seen Up 10.6%
February 19, 2004 Argentina 2003-04 Soybean Area Seen Up 10.6%   The forecast size of Argentina's 2003-04 soybean area has been raised by the Agriculture Secretariat as farmers will plant 13.95 million hectares, up from 13.85 million last m ...
Tuesday, February 17, 2004
Argentina's 2003-04 Soy Crop Fully Planted
February 17, 2004 Argentina's 2003-04 Soy Crop Fully Planted Farmers in Argentina have finished planting the 2003-04 soybean crop, the Buenos Aires Cereals Exchange said Monday. Planted area totals 14 million hectares. This is up from a pre ...
Friday, February 13, 2004
Argentina's Soybean Prices Fall On Bird Flu Fears
February 13, 2004 Argentina's Soybean Prices Fall On Bird Flu Fears Soybean prices in Argentina closed lower on Thursday on concern that recent bird flu problems elsewhere will grow worse, leading to the destruction of more birds, which cou ...
Thursday, February 12, 2004
Soymeal and Soybean Seed Imports From Brazil, Argentina Deemed Safe
February 12, 2004 Soymeal and Soybean Seed Imports From Brazil, Argentina Deemed Safe A U.S. Department of Agriculture official has on Wednesday, pronounced soymeal and soybean seeds import from Brazil and Argentina safe despite the presenc ...
Tuesday, February 10, 2004
Argentina's 2003-04 Soybeans 99% Planted As of Friday
February 10, 2004 Argentina's 2003-04 Soybeans 99% Planted As of Friday Meanwhile, also as of Friday, farmers had also planted 99% of the 2003-04 soybean crop, according to the Secretariat. This is unchanged from a week ago, though it is do ...
Monday, February 9, 2004
Brazil, Argentina Unconcerned By Proposed US Soy Import Ban
February 9, 2004 Brazil, Argentina Unconcerned By Proposed US Soy Import Ban A proposed U.S. ban on Brazilian and Argentine soy exports would have little impact on the South American soy industry but raised concerns other bigger buyers coul ...
Monday, February 2, 2004
Argentina Says No Asian Rust Threat To Soy Crops
February 2, 2004 Argentina Says No Asian Rust Threat To Soy Crops Argentina's Agriculture Secretariat on Friday said that there was no danger of its soy crop being affected by Asian rust, despite the fungal disease appearing at three soybea ...
Wednesday, January 28, 2004
Argentina Soybean Production May Fall 5%
January 28, 2004 Argentina Soybean Production May Fall 5% Argentina's soybean production may suffer a 5% fall should the current dry and hot weather conditions persist for another three weeks, said Eduardo Achaval, president of grain broker ...
Monday, January 26, 2004
Argentina's Soy Exports Up As China Exports Soar
January 26, 2004 Argentina's Soy Exports Up As China Exports Soar Argentina exported 247,373 metric tons of soybeans in November, or 343.3% more than the 55,801 tons exported during the same month a year ago, the Agriculture Secretariat rep ...
Monday, January 26, 2004
Argentina's Soyoil Exports Up 53% In November 2003
January 26, 2004 Argentina's Soyoil Exports Up 53% In November 2003 Argentina exported 489,248 metric tons of soyoil in November, or 53.4% more than the 319,017 tons exported during the same month in 2002, the Agriculture Secretariat report ...
Tuesday, January 20, 2004
Argentina Soy Prices Hit Two Year High
January 20, 2004 Argentina Soy Prices Hit Two Year High Argentine soy prices hit a two-year high for the second straight season on Monday following strong demand from local crushers. Soy closed at 692/693 pesos per ton (about US$239) in the ...
Monday, January 19, 2004
Monsanto Ceased Soybean Seeds Sales in Argentina
January 19, 2004 Monsanto Ceased Soybean Seeds Sales in Argentina Monsanto Co. has stopped selling soybean seeds in Argentina since last month due to financial issues. The company says a huge black market for the genetically modified seeds ...
Wednesday, January 7, 2004
Argentina's Molinos To Operate The Country's Largest Soy-Processing Plant By 2005
January 7, 2004 Argentina's Molinos To Operate The Country's Largest Soy-Processing Plant By 2005 Molinos Rio de la Plata will operate the Argentina's largest soy-processing plant by 2005, crushing 17,500 tonnes of soybeans per day, the com ...

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