Row crop farms aren't a big business in Peru, either. The country specializes in growing fruits: farmers grow avocados, grapefruit, and now they even harvest blueberries. It's a very attractive market nowadays. Today, the country grows them at the rate that Chile grew them 10 years ago, but it's rapidly accelerating. Peru is a very attractive market for investors from all over the world today. That's why farmers are willing to spend money on technology, better irrigation systems, and consultants to advance their farming.
In Brazil, the biggest crop is soybeans, but orchards are also very common there. They grow a lot of oranges, which is why orange juice often comes from Brazil. Argentina also specializes in growing row crops. They have more than 30 million hectares in use for row crops, mainly soybeans and wheat. That's why all the big science companies that study row crops are very well developed in Argentina. Mexico is also big in row crops. They actively breed corn, so they grow many different varieties of it. Mexico is famous for avocados, too.