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  1. Genetics and Genomics of Soybean (Plant Genetics and Genomics: Crops and Models)
  2. Soybean and Wheat Crops: Growth, Fertilization, and Yield (Agriculture Issues and Policies Series)
  3. Soybeans: Improvement, Production, and Uses, Third Edition (Agronomy) by H. Roger Boerma, 2004-01-01
  4. Genetics, Genomics, and Breeding of Soybean (Genetics, Genomics, and Breeding of Crop Plants)
  5. Soybeans : Chemistry, Technology, and Utilization by Keshun Liu, 1997-05-01
  6. Soybeans: Improvement, Production and Uses (Agronomy)
  7. Soybean crop losses to natural disasters: hearing before the Subcommittee on Oilseeds and Rice of the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, ... H.R. 7813, October 8, 1980, Portageville, Mo by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on Oilseeds and Rice., 1980-01-01
  8. Dr. Cordonnier raises his South American soybean crop peg.: An article from: Pro Farmer by Unavailable, 2010-01-09
  9. Spider ballooning in soybean and non-crop areas of southeast Queensland [An article from: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment] by S. Pearce, M.P. Zalucki, et all 2005-01-01
  10. Stage set for bigger corn and soybean crop estimates.: An article from: Pro Farmer by Unavailable, 2009-09-05
  11. The bean counters: estimators refine South America's soybean crop.(International): An article from: Top Producer by Marcia Zarley Taylor, 2002-11-01
  12. Energy Crops: Soybean
  13. Those nagging nematodes.(soybean cyst nematodes)(Crop Production): An article from: Farm Journal by Pam Henderson, 2002-10-01
  14. Loan eligibility for 1979 soybean crop: hearing before the Subcommittee on Oilseeds and Rice of the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, ... second session, on H.R. 7142, May 13, 1980 by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on Oilseeds and Rice., 1980-01-01

1. Dayton, OH Soybean Crops Grain Crops On Citysearch
Citysearch helps you find Soybean Crops Grain Crops in Dayton, OH, Ohio. Check out our Editors' Picks, user reviews, maps and directions to find the best Soybean Crops Grain
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2. Chicago Soybean Crops Grain Crops On Citysearch
Citysearch helps you find Soybean Crops Grain Crops in Chicago, Illinois. Check out our Editors' Picks, user reviews, maps and directions to find the best Soybean Crops Grain
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3. Orangeburg, SC Area Soybean Crops Grain Crops On Citysearch
Citysearch helps you find Soybean Crops Grain Crops in Orangeburg, SC Area, South Carolina. Check out our Editors' Picks, user reviews, maps and directions to find the best
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4. Corn, Soybean Crops Suffer | CJOnline.com
WICHITA A new report says the condition of springseeded crops in Kansas has continued to decline amid extreme heat and weeks of little to no rain.
http://cjonline.com/news/local/2010-08-17/corn_soybean_crops_suffer

5. Soybeans - Planting And Harvest Seasons For Soybean Crops
Soybean crops are planted and harvested at different times around the world. Included are the growing seasons for soybeans in the United States, Brazil, China and Argentina.
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    Soybean Planting and Harvest Seasons
    By Chuck Kowalski , About.com Guide
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    zSB(3,3) Soybean crops around the world have their own unique production cycles of planting and harvest timeframes. Below are the window of opportunities for planting and harvesting soybean crops within the largest soybean production countries. Grain prices tend to fluctuate the most during the growing seasons, as supply expectations can shift significantly due to planted acreage, weather and growing conditions. In the United States, most of the soybean crops are grown in the Midwest and the Delta regions. Typically, the southernmost areas will begin planting first and then the most northern areas will begin planting as the snow is gone and the soil is thawed. United States (38 percent of world production)
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    : Soybean crops are planted beginning in late April and last through June.

    6. Cybercoffeeshop - Farmers Talking To Farmers Soybean Crops
    When observing winter wheat planted after glyphosate and roundup resistent soybean stubble, some growers are noticing uneven patches as the wheat begins spring growth.
    http://www.cybercoffeeshop.org/?cat=10

    7. Audio-Visual Slide Presentation: Introducing Focus On Soybean
    A short video to help plant practitioners improve the health, management, and production of soybean crops.
    http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/edcenter/seminars/SoybeanIntro/
    Introducing Focus on Soybean
    By Phil Bogdan, MBC
    Partner Relations and Communications Manager
    The Plant Management Network
    pbogdan@scisoc.org
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    Summary:
    Welcome to the Plant Management Network's Focus on Soybean, a web-based resource that includes educational webcasts, searchable resources, and websites that help plant practitioners enhance the health, management, and production of soybean crops. This resource, like others found on our website, is brought to you by the American Society of Agronomy, American Phytopathological Society, and Crop Science Society of America.
    This presentation will familiarize soybean producers, consultants, CCAs, and other practitioners to our soybeann-specific webcasts and other web-based information. It will also help the user use the Focus on Soybean resource more quickly and efficiently, and it will briefly introduce other science-backed information found on the Plant Management Network website.
    Note: These presentations are best viewed at 1024 x 768 resolution. Best audio is achieved with a sound card and audio speakers/earphones. Download Adobe Flash Player if presentation is not viewable.

    8. Articles About Soybean Crops - Baltimore Sun
    Soybean Crops News. Find breaking news, commentary, and archival information about Soybean Crops from the Baltimore Sun
    http://articles.baltimoresun.com/keyword/soybean-crops

    9. Kentucky Farmers Harvesting Record Corn, Soybean Crops Evansville Courier & Pr
    Kentucky farmers are harvesting what is believed to be the biggest corn and soybean crops in history, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported Tuesday.
    http://www.courierpress.com/news/2009/nov/10/biggest-corn-soybean-crops-expected
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      • By Chuck Stinnett Posted November 10, 2009 at 11:13 p.m. Email Discuss Kentucky farmers are harvesting what is believed to be the biggest corn and soybean crops in history, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported Tuesday. Meanwhile, the national projection is for the biggest U.S. soybean crop ever and the second-biggest corn crop. "Despite a wet spring, growing conditions have been excellent," the agency said. "Adequate and timely rains helped push yields to record levels," although a wet October has dragged the harvest weeks behind schedule. Kentucky's corn crop is forecast to be a record 180.8 million bushels, up 2 percent from last month's estimate and up 19 percent from the 2008 crop. The record crop is attributed both to improved yield and increased acreage. The state's average yield is expected to be a record 160 bushels per acre thanks to what the USDA described as "ideal growing conditions."

    10. Agraquest
    Producer of natural products for control of pests and diseases on crops and in home gardens. Their main product, Serenade biofungicide, is used on grapes, lettuce, bananas, tomatoes, organic soybeans and other crops.
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    As a leader in innovative biological and low-chemical pest management solutions, AgraQuest is at the forefront of the new agriculture revolution and a shift in how food is grown. AgraQuest focuses on discovering, developing, manufacturing and marketing highly effective biopesticides and low-chem pest and disease control, and yield enhancing products for sustainable agriculture, and the home and garden, and food safety markets. Through its Agrochemical and BioInnovations Divisions, AgraQuest provides its customers and partners with tools to create value-enhancing solutions...

    11. Soybean - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The soybean (U.S.) or soya bean (UK) (Glycine max is a species of legume native to East Asia. The plant is classed as an oilseed rather than a pulse.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soybean
    Soybean
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Soybean (disambiguation) "Soy" redirects here. For other uses, see Soy (disambiguation) Soybean Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae
    Phylum: Magnoliophyta
    Class: Magnoliopsida
    Order: Fabales
    Family: Fabaceae
    Subfamily: Faboideae
    Genus: Glycine
    Species: G. max
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    Merr. The soybean (U.S.) or soya bean (UK) ( Glycine max is a species of legume native to East Asia . The plant is classed as an oilseed rather than a pulse Fat-free (defatted) soybean meal is a primary, low-cost, source of protein for animal feeds and most prepackaged meals citation needed soy vegetable oil is another valuable product of processing the soybean crop. For example, soybean products such as textured vegetable protein (TVP) are important ingredients in many meat and dairy analogues. Traditional nonfermented food uses of soybeans include soymilk , and from the latter tofu and tofu skin . Fermented foods include soy sauce fermented bean paste natto , and tempeh , among others. The oil is used in many industrial applications. The main producers of soy are the

    12. CE News Release: ROTATING CORN, SOYBEAN CROPS CAN INCREASE PRODUCTION - May, 199
    Contact Joe Lauer, 608263-7438 EmailEntry Date May, 1997 File Under Crops/Soils. ROTATING CORN, SOYBEAN CROPS CAN INCREASE PRODUCTION. Madison - Producers who follow the prevailing
    http://www.uwex.edu/ces/news/cenews.cfm?ID=406

    13. Soybean Rust Is The U.S. Soybean Crop At Risk?
    Information on the fungus Phakopsora pachyrhizi and its distribution and effect on soya bean plants, with many photographs.
    http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/pub/search/topsearch.asp?page=http://www.a

    14. Corn, Soybean Crops Devastated By Heat Tennessean.com The
    Sumner County farmers may receive federal help after a summer of drought and excessive heat damaged over half of local crop yields in some areas.
    http://www.tennessean.com/article/20100909/GALLATIN01/100908067/2005/COUNTY0902/

    15. Soybean Aphid Watch - Soybean Pest Identification & Management
    Constantly updated infestation maps track aphid activity on soybean crops across the US. Includes local and regional maps.
    http://www.farmassist.com/aphidwatch/index.aspx?Menu=Tools

    16. - Bloomberg
    Corn and soybean crops in the U.S., the world’s largest grower, may be smaller than the government predicted after planting delays and an unusual dry spell, said Jerry Gidel at
    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=adT7YA_DIe4g

    17. 2010 Corn And Soybean Crops Progressing Rapidly | Corn Content From Corn And Soy
    Overall, the rainfall across most of the southern twothirds of Minnesota has been quite welcome, and should greatly
    http://cornandsoybeandigest.com/corn/2010-corn-and-soybean-crops-progressing-rap
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      2010 Corn and Soybean Crops Progressing Rapidly
      Kent Theisse Corn and Soybean Digest Jun. 22, 2010 9:23pm
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      Overall, the rainfall across most of the southern two-thirds of Minnesota has been quite welcome, and should greatly aid 2010 crop production. In late May and early June, many areas of Minnesota were starting to get quite dry, with some later-planted soybeans having difficulty emerging due to the dry soil conditions. Most of the region has now received 2-4 in. of rain during June, with some areas receiving much higher amounts during the intense storms of the past couple of weeks (see Tornado Damage in Minnesota below). There are a few isolated areas that have received less rainfall, and are still a bit on the dry side. The ample June rainfall has helped recharge stored soil moisture to near capacity in many areas, which could provide to be very beneficial later in the growing season. Advertisement The combination of ample soil moisture and normal to above-normal temperatures is providing almost ideal growing conditions for corn and soybeans in mid- to late June. The growth pattern of both corn and soybeans are progressing at a rapid pace, and the crops look good to excellent in most areas, except those localities that were impacted by the severe storms. One problem with the frequent rainfall events in the past few weeks has been timely

    18. Farmdoc - Marketing&Outlook: LARGER CORN AND SOYBEAN CROPS, FEWER WINTER WHEAT A
    Farm.doc seeks to improve farm decisionmaking under risk through education and research.
    http://www.farmdoc.illinois.edu/marketing/weekly/html/011210.html
    January 12, 2010 LARGER CORN AND SOYBEAN CROPS, FEWER WINTER WHEAT ACRES The USDA released a number of reports important for crop markets on January 12. Those reports included final production estimates for 2009 U.S. crops, December 1, 2009 stocks estimates, U.S. winter wheat seedings estimates, and updated world supply and consumption projections for the 2009-10 marketing year. For corn, the 2009 crop is now estimated at 13.151 billion bushels, 230 million larger than the November forecast and 113 million larger than the previous record crop of 2007. The U.S. average yield is forecast at 165.2 bushels, 2.3 bushels above the November forecast and 4.9 bushels above the previous record yield of 2004. The estimate of harvested area was increased about 335,000 acres from the previous estimate. December 1 stocks of corn were estimated at 10.934 billion bushels, 862 million above the level of stocks a year earlier. Exports during the first quarter of the year were likely near 460 million bushels, slightly larger than shipments of a year earlier. The stocks estimate implies that domestic use during the first quarter was 3.432 billion bushels, 230 million more than use a year ago. The USDA raised the projection of corn feeding during the current marketing year by 155 million bushels, to a total of 5.55 billion. The forecast of domestic processing use was lowered by 10 million bushels and the projection of year ending stocks was increased by about 90 million bushels. The marketing year average farm price is expected to fall in a range of $3.40 to $4.00, $0.15 above the December forecast.

    19. Illinois' Corn, Soybean Crops Estimated - Carmi, IL - The Carmi Times
    The Carmi Times The 2009 Illinois corn crop is expected to yield 179 bushels per acre, up four bushels from the August
    http://www.carmitimes.com/news/x402527852/Illinois-corn-soybean-crops-estimated

    20. Records Projected For Soybean Crops | Content From Southeast Farm Press
    Importing countries are certainly taking a liking to current U.S. soybean prices, a fact reflected in USDA’s Sept. 11
    http://southeastfarmpress.com/records-projected-soybean-crops
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      Sep. 16, 2009 3:53pm Importing countries are certainly taking a liking to current U.S. soybean prices, a fact reflected in USDA’s Sept. 11 World Supply and Demand Estimate forecasting record U.S. exports this marketing year. Advertisement According to USDA, increased supplies and lower projected prices will lead to a 15 million bushel increase in U.S. soybean exports to a record 1.28 billion bushels. Soybean ending stocks are projected at 220 million bushels, up 10 million from last month. The U.S. season-average soybean price range for 2009-10 is projected at $8.10 to $10.10 per bushel, down 30 cents on both ends of the range from last month. Global soybean production is projected at a record 243.9 million tons, up 1.9 million tons. Total U.S. corn use for 2009-10 is projected at a record 13 billion bushels, up 150 million bushels from last month and 980 million bushels higher than in 2008-09. Feed and residual use was raised 50 million bushels based on higher expected production. Exports were raised 100 million bushels while ending stocks were projected 14 million bushels higher. The 2009-10 marketing-year average farm price is projected lower at $3.05 to $3.65 per bushel, compared with $3.10 to $3.90 per bushel last month. Sorghum production was forecast 9 million bushels higher than the previous month while beginning stocks were projected 10 million bushels lower based an increase in 2008-09 exports. Projected 2009-10 farm prices for sorghum, barley, and oats are all lowered this month reflecting larger corn supplies and weaker corn prices.

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