Checkoff works to make sure infrastructure remains a benefit for U.S. soybean farmers’ bottom lines The viability of the U.S. soybean industry, and the profitability of the American soybean farmer, is not only a function of abundant supply and increasing demand. It also is dependent upon having connectivity between supply and demand. America’s system of
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Study Seeks Sweet Spot Between Nutrient Management and Soybean Yield When it comes to soybeans, too little of a nutrient could leave yields lacking, while too much could lead to wasteful and harmful runoff. A new soy-checkoff-funded study seeks to determine how much of each nutrient a soybean crop needs to achieve maximum yields. Farmers
Data to show how much of each nutrient a crop needs to produce maximum returns When it comes to soybeans, too little of a nutrient could leave yields lacking, while too much could lead to wasteful and harmful runoff. A new soy-checkoff-funded study seeks to determine the exact nutrient needs of high-yielding soybeans to help
How the U.S. Transportation System Affects Your Bottom Line The U.S. transportation system has historically been one of the best in the world at covering large distances at great speeds, giving U.S. soybean farmers a competitive advantage over farmers from South America. However, this edge will not last forever. Brazil and Argentina continue to invest