As herbicide-resistant weed varieties continue to spread across the United States, having an effective weed-management strategy is more essential than ever for soybean farmers. To develop such a strategy, it is important for farmers to have access to data measuring the effectiveness of different weed-control practices, which is precisely what the University of Wisconsin-Madison Weed
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Fertile soils in the heart of America – this is where farmers grow a majority of the nation’s soybeans. But with more than half the crop going to international customers every year, farmers’ ability to transport these soybeans thousands of miles to the coast for export is just as important as their ability to grow
Survey gives farmers chance to aid soy sales efforts This fall, U.S. soybean farmers have the opportunity to help increase demand for U.S. soy by sharing just a small sandwich-bag-sized clump of your soybeans. Researchers are now accepting U.S. soybean samples, which they’ll analyze for protein, oil and other quality components. The results provide the
High Oleic Soybean Oil Opens Up New Opportunities for Industrial Uses Besides the amazing opportunities that high oleic soybean oil brings to the food industry, it also offers a lot of industrial opportunities. High oleic soybean oil has the potential to match, or even exceed, the performance of petroleum in various industrial uses. This could