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Argentina
IN ARGENTINA, THERE ARE DIFFERENT ZONES, DIVIDED
ACCORDING TO THEIR PREDOMINANT PRODUCTION STYLE:

 

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*Note: This classification was only meant for guidance, therefore, only the predominant exploitation of the zone was taken into consideration. The fields, which combine two or more forms of exploitation, are not just a few in Argentina, and also, some fields, historically livestock fields, have been currently transformed into agricultural zones, for example because of Soy cultivation.
AGRICULTURAL

The richest are located in the North of Buenos Aires province, the South of Santa Fe province and the South Cordoba province.

LIVESTOCK

According to their qualities the livestock zones are subdivided into the following subzones: breeding zones or wintering breeding zones. Due to the commodities boom, many of these are suitable for mixed exploitation, since they have been re-converted into marginal farming areas. They are situated on the west and south side of Buenos Aires, province; south of Mendoza province, south of san Luis, East of la Pampa, Entre Rios and Corrientes; Chaco; Formosa, North of Cordoba, and North of Santa Fe, Patagonia is a sheep breeding production area.

mixED (AGRICULTURAL y LIVESTOCK)

As its name suggests, they are more suitable for livestock production and less suitable for agriculture, especially for gross crop.

forest ZONES

The most important Phytogeographic regions are: the Parque Mesopotamico, Misionera rainforest, and Parque Chaqueño.

MININ AREAS

These are principally the Andina Pre-cordillera region in the following provinces: Mendoza, San Juan, la Rioja and Catamarca. There are metalliferous and non-metalliferous areas.

Horticultural Zones, Fruit crops and others

Mendoza (vineyards, olive growing); Neuquén ( fruit crops and vineyards); Rio negro ( fruit crops and vineyards); Entre Rios ( Citrus); Salta, Tucumán and Jujuy ( Soy, beans, cotton, peanuts, sugar cane, lemons, cranberries, etc.)

Buenos Aires, province: Horticultural country houses, country clubs, polo, Horse studs and Horse Riding