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While soybeans suffered in the 2018 market, Arkansas rice crop value soared.
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Seeking Alpha 04/19/2019 06:30
The most direct route for a risk position in the soybean futures market is via the futures and options on the CBOT, but the Teucrium Soybean ETF product (SOYB) provides an alternative for those who do not trade or invest in the futures arena.
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AgWeb - Blogs 04/18/2019 11:16
The relatively mild winter much of the Midwest just experienced could result in above-average populations of pests in farmers’ fields this spring—just as soybeans start to emerge.
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Reuters.com 04/18/2019 04:01
MORE HURDLES Taking official export statistics through February and considering weekly export inspections through April 11, the United States would need to ship around 18.7 million tonnes of soybeans in the remaining 20 weeks of 2018-19 to meet USDA’s target.
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GRAINNET 04/17/2019 15:52
Farmers are struggling to sell their soybean and corn crops due to the new tariffs and even have leftover soybeans and corn from last year.
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Climateer Investing 04/17/2019 07:37
Fewer pigs eating the swill means less demand for soybeans, depressing prices for US farmers.
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Genetic Literacy Project 04/17/2019 07:04
Soybean looper threatens a variety of crops, primarily soybeans as well as cotton, sweet potatoes, peanuts, lettuce, herbs, tomato, tobacco, and others.
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Platts 04/16/2019 16:54
The soybean crush for Argentina in marketing year 2019-20, is seen to decline 1% year on year to 41 million mt because current trade conditions favor greater exports of whole soybeans instead of further processing it, USDA said ...
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Agriculture Online 04/16/2019 09:37
Soybean acres have continued to grow at the expense of corn and wheat, a trend that’s likely to continue as agronomics and global economics point to increased planting of the oilseeds.
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WN.com 04/16/2019 09:13
Oxitec Signs New Multi-year Development Agreement to Apply 2nd Generation Technology to Control Soybean Looper Oxitec to develop a safe, self-limiting insect capable of reducing pest populations and reversing insect resistance to biotech traits and chemistries OXFORD, England, April 16, 2019/PRNewswire / -- Oxitec Ltd., a UK-based biotechnology company that pioneered the use of biologically-engineered insects to control disease-spreading mosquitoes and crop-destroying agricultural pests and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intrexon (NASDAQ: XON), has announced the signing of a new multi-year development agreement with a collaborator to develop a self-limiting soybean looper (Chrysodeixis...
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