Nathan Mueller left , Nebraska Extension cropping systems educator, talks with Market Journal host Jeff Wilkerson about the nitrogen needs of soybeans. Nathan says before growers decide to inoculate their soybeans, they should answer four specific questions. Source: Market Journal. In an effort to ensure profitable production on the estimated 5.
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The many benefits to using soybean oil in the production of biodiesel include, soybeans are widely grown, the infrastructure and equipment to grow, transport and process them already exists, and the left over soybean meal is important for animal feed. Read more about the advantages and drawbacks of soybeans as a biofuel energy crop. Soybean acreage is much greater than other oilseed crops, leading to substantial soybean oil production and its availability as a biofuel feedstock. Soybeans originated in Southeast Asia, with first domestication reported in the 11th century BC in China.
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John Hay. Soybean oil is a major feedstock for biodiesel production. Currently Nebraska has no operating biodiesel facilities. Origins of soybean are in Southeast Asia with first domestication reported in the 11th century BC in China. First planted in the U.