Rain has finally arrived for a parched Argentina, but not in time to save what’s left of the country’s soybean crop. Heat hasn’t let up in March, marking the country’s primary soybean-growing region’s hottest second full week of the month in more than 30 years. With the return of some showers, drought conditions have improved, but ultimately no changes are expected for what is predicted to be the lowest soybean crop in years.

Other soybean competitors, such as Brazil, should be seeing improvements to a dry crop with recent precipitation. Brazil’s second corn crop planting is benefiting from increased surface moisture and more rain in the forecast.

Read more on South American corn and soybean production and the U.S. market impact here.