La Nina drought

Corn plants are seen at a drought-affected farm near Rufino, Santa Fe province, 283 miles north of Buenos Aires. In the agricultural heart of Argentina, one of the largest exporters of food products, farmers are attending daily to the deterioration of their crops due to lack of rain caused by the La Nina phenomenon. Farmers heavily invested in their crops could be facing bankruptcy as the drought affects the crop cycle.

( Handout/Reuters )

Corn plants are seen at a drought-affected farm near Rufino, Santa Fe province, 283 miles north of Buenos Aires. In the agricultural heart of Argentina, one of the largest exporters of food products, farmers are attending daily to the deterioration of their crops due to lack of rain caused by the La Nina phenomenon. Farmers heavily invested in their crops could be facing bankruptcy as the drought affects the crop cycle.

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