Recent Examples of soybean from the Web
Monsanto froze plans for commercial sales of the product called NemaStrike, which can protect corn, soybeans and cotton from worms that reduce yields.
That sanctions world hunger by feeding nutritious corn and soybeans to animals, instead of people.
The prison still contains farmland where inmates grow corn, soybean, and cotton.
Tom owns one of the largest corn, soybean and seed growers in Indiana, with an estate worth more than $5.5 million.
Amid the rolling hills of rural Missouri, where cattle roam and soybeans grow, sits a tiny hidden estate with a handful of eccentricities and an abundance of Old World charm.
Crops like corn and soybeans depend on wind—not pollinators—to spread their pollen.
Riley and his twin brother, Mike, grew up the sons of farmers in Whitewater, Indiana, harvesting corn, wheat, and soybeans while raising beef and dairy cattle.
La Nina can also trigger drought in Brazil’s soybean-growing regions and floods in Australia’s coal mines.
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