I’ve just been reading about the South American drought, and about the parts of the Paraná River that have dried into mere trickles. Is the Paraná dangerously low in Tigre? (I’m thinking of the families living on the islands who depend upon boats for groceries, medical help, transportation, etc.)
The articles in the Washington Post that I read today pointed out that Argentina has been hard hit in several locations due to conditions around the northern and western borders, and cited BsAs province as one of the hardest-hit. How many farmers will simply give up?
“Here in Argentina, the country is suffering a double blow. The northern and central regions are experiencing the drier weather patterns that are affecting parts of Brazil, even as its Andean regions get hit by the conditions that are robbing moisture from central Chile.”