Argentina: Vegetation health

This page shows the analysis of the vegetation health (VHI index) related to agricultural crops. This analysis enables us to identify potential critical Issues and investigate the consequent effects on production yields.

The first graph shows the current condition of crops in the various regions of the selected country for all the products analyzed.

In the second section of the page it is possible to compare the historical trend of the VHI index in all the Regions for the selected product.


Agricultural Production Statistics - Source: USDA
The data relating to the 2024-25 season are forecasts

Corn
51 Mio Tons
Year 2024-25
Soybeans
51 Mio Tons
Year 2024-25
Hard and Soft Wheat
17 Mio Tons
Year 2024-25
Sunflower
3.8 Mio Tons
Year 2024-25
Sorghum
3 Mio Tons
Year 2024-25
Rice
0.9 Mio Tons
Year 2024-25


VHI
Index
Growth deficit Standard conditions Optimal growth
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
The colors represent values ​​of the VHI index related to crop health, and are measured on a scale from 0 to 100. Colors from orange to red highlight negative conditions in crop health.




CORN - Historical trend by Region

The following charts show the historical trend of the health conditions (VHI index) of Corn crops in the different Regions. The purple dotted line represents the threshold below which the vegetation is in a situation of significant stress, which can negatively affect crop yields. The colored areas indicate the periods when the level of the VHI index went under such stress conditions, going from orange (less intense stress) to dark red (more intense stress).

Source for climate data: NOAA.

Buenos Aires

Córdoba

Catamarca

Chaco

Corrientes

Entre Ríos

Formosa

Jujuy

La Pampa

La Rioja

Mendoza

Misiones

Neuquén

Río Negro

Salta

San Juan

San Luis

Santa Fe

Santiago del Estero

Tucumán