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The Plant History of the Marvelous Soybean

Nov 13, 2019  The first recorded soybean in Europe was in Carolus Linnaeus 's Hortus Cliffortianus, compiled in 1737. Soybeans were first grown for ornamental purposes in England and France; in 1804 Yugoslavia, they were grown as a supplement in animal feed. The first documented use in the US was in 1765, in Georgia.

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soybean Description, Products, Facts Britannica

The origins of the soybean plant are obscure, but many botanists believe it was first domesticated in central China as early as 7000 bce. An ancient crop, the soybean has been used in China, Japan, and Korea for thousands of years as a food and a component of medicines.

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Soybean Plant Biology: History, Plant Structure Growth ...

Benjamin Franklin appears to have been involved in introducing soybeans from France to Philadelphia at that time. A number of varieties was grown and evaluated in the United States during the 1800s. The primary use for the crop was for forage, hay and green manure. A soybean plant at harvest time.

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History of Soybeans - North Carolina Soybeans

Soybean seed from China was planted by a colonist in the British colony of Georgia in 1765. Benjamin Franklin sent some soybean seeds to a friend to plant in his garden in 1770. Soy sauce had been popular in Europe and the British colonies in America before soybean seeds arrived.

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History of soybeans.

Soybeans originate from China. In 2853 BC, Emperor Sheng-Nung of China named five sacred plants – soybeans, rice, wheat, barley, and millet. Soybean plants were domesticated between 17th and 11th century BC in the eastern half of China where they were cultivated into a food crop.

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Soybeans - Living History Farms, Iowa learning-fields

Soybeans are not native to Iowa, meaning that they were not found growing here first. Most agree that soybeans came from China originally. Soybeans were grown first in America in the 19th century, and were not grown in Iowa until the 20th century. At first, soybeans were

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A Comprehensive History of Soy

I. HISTORY OF SOYBEANS AND SOYFOODS AROUND THE WORLD. 1. A Brief History of Soybeans and Soyfoods Worldwide 2. The Origin, Domestication, and Dissemination of the Soybean 3. The Soybean Plant: Botany, Nomenclature, Taxonomy, Domestication, and Dissemenation 4. History of Soy in East Asia 5. History of Soy China (incl. Manchuria) 6. History of Soy in Korea 7.

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How a Chinese Crop Became an American Winner - HISTORY

Sep 26, 2018  The soybean originated in China, but its history in the U.S. has ranged from an experimental crop to a Civil War coffee substitute, to a leading U.S. export.

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The Soybean Plant NC State Extension Publications

Mar 15, 2021  A descriptive system has been developed to describe the growth stage of a soybean plant. The system most commonly used was developed by Fehr and Caviness (1977). Understanding and being familiar with soybean growth stages is essential for proper management throughout the year.

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The History of the SOYBEAN - Illinois Soybean Association

large nodules on the soybean plant, he called it Glycine Max, the name generally accepted today. Despite von Linne’s research, and extensive experimental work by Austrian botanist Frederick Haberlandt in 1875, poor climate and soil conditions limited attempts to produce soybeans as a commercial crop in Europe. Soybeans in the New World

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History of soybeans.

History of soybeans Soybeans originate from China. In 2853 BC, Emperor Sheng-Nung of China named five sacred plants – soybeans, rice, wheat, barley, and millet. Soybean plants were domesticated between 17th and 11th century BC in the eastern half of

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A Comprehensive History of Soy

23. History of Soybean Rhizobium Research and Application 24. History of Soybean Plant Protection. Pathology and Nematology ; Entomology ; Weed Science and Control ; Integrated Pest Management ; 25. History of Soybean Physiology 26. History of Soybean Production and Trade in China 27. History of Soybean Production and Trade in the United States 28.

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History of Soybean Management CropWatch

Soybeans are generally considered to be self-pollinating, which makes genetic crosses challenging, while corn is cross-pollinated and allows for wide spread production of genetic crosses. Therefore, once soybean breeders have made crosses, further plants will produce seeds with the same genetic makeup, which we refer to as a variety.

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The Soybean Plant NC State Extension Publications

Mar 15, 2021  The soybean (Glycine max) is native to East Asia and has been grown for thousands of years.Soybean plants are on average 3 to 5 feet tall and can have up to 20 nodes. The plant has the ability to produce 600 pods per plant, but on average there are 50 to 100 pods per plant that set seed.

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Soybeans - Living History Farms, Iowa learning-fields

Soybean plants can grow up to 6 feet tall, and they produce pods that hold 3-4 seeds or beans. The soybean plant is called a legume because it collects nitrogen from the air and releases it back into the soil. This is important for growing healthy crops and maintaining soil quality. A nodule is a small bump on the roots of a plant. Soybean Seed Pod

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Soybeans: The Success Story

Feb 17, 1997  In 1910, Piper and Morse coauthored "The Soybean: History, Varieties, and Field Studies", an 84 page bulletin. This was Morse's first of 80 plus publications on the soybean. His most famous publication was the 1923 book The Soybean coauthored by Piper and Morse, published by McGraw Hill Book Company. In 1920, Morse was a founder of the American ...

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About Soybean Plants - Tips On How To Grow Soybeans In

Nov 05, 2020  Soybean plant history in the United States is disputable, but certainly by 1804 the plant had been introduced in eastern areas of the U.S. and more fully after an 1854 Japanese expedition by a Commodore Perry. Still, the popularity of soybeans in the Americas was limited to its use as a field crop even as recently as the 1900’s.

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Farming 101: How to Plant Soybeans Successful Farming

May 07, 2019  If the field has a history of disease during seedling emergence, a fungicide treatment may be desirable. The same applies for any known history of Phytophthora, Sudden Death Syndrome, or any other soybean pathogens.. Likewise, insecticide seed treatment may be desirable if the field is known for insect pests.

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Soybean Prices - 45 Year Historical Chart MacroTrends

Soybean Prices - 45 Year Historical Chart. Interactive chart of historical daily soybean prices back to 1971. The price shown is in U.S. Dollars per bushel. The current price of soybeans as of March 12, 2021 is $14.1325 per bushel.

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History - Minnesota Soybean Processors

History. Our Story. Minnesota Soybean Processors (MnSP) was started when a group of farmers conceived the idea of a farmer owned and controlled soybean plant while waiting in elevator lines to deliver grain. The group expanded over the winter of 1998, formally organized and incorporated as a 308A cooperative on May 3, 1999. ...

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George Washington Carver: Biography, Inventions ... - HISTORY

Feb 01, 2021  But by growing nitrogen-fixing plants like peanuts, soybeans and sweet potatoes, the soil could be restored, allowing yield to increase dramatically when

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A History of Soy Milk Serious Eats

Jun 21, 2018  Among this next-gen crowd of plant-based milk analogs, soy milk, the first widely available nondairy milk, stands apart as the unfashionable older sister—a bit dowdy, a bit behind the times. But within the family of soy foods, soy milk is a relative newcomer, with a thin history

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Soybean - Corn Agronomy

Oct 06, 2015  History. Soybean first entered North America in the 18th century. Soybean first entered North America in the 18th century. It was not until the 1930s that the crop started to be processed industrially for edible oil and protein meal in the United States.

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History of soybeans.

History of soybeans Soybeans originate from China. In 2853 BC, Emperor Sheng-Nung of China named five sacred plants – soybeans, rice, wheat, barley, and millet. Soybean plants were domesticated between 17th and 11th century BC in the eastern half of

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Chapter One: Soybeans.The Miracle Crop The Soybean, It’s ...

1 - 1 Chapter One: The Soybean, It’s History, and It’s Opportunities Soybeans.The Miracle Crop Soybeans are often called the “miracle crop.” They are the world’s foremost pro-vider of vegetable protein and oil. The bushy, green soybean plant is a legume related to peas, groundnuts (peanuts) and alfalfa. Soybeans are included in the

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Soybean - Corn Agronomy

Oct 06, 2015  Soybean History. Soybean first entered North America in the 18th century. Soybean first entered North America in the 18th... World acreage and production. Development of soybeans in U.S. Early production concentrated in SE U.S. Why did soybean... Keys to Increased Yield

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Soybeans: The Success Story

Feb 17, 1997  In 1910, Piper and Morse coauthored "The Soybean: History, Varieties, and Field Studies", an 84 page bulletin. This was Morse's first of 80 plus publications on the soybean. His most famous publication was the 1923 book The Soybean coauthored by Piper and Morse, published by McGraw Hill Book Company. In 1920, Morse was a founder of the American ...

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Industrial History: Glidden/Central Soya Plant

Mar 04, 2016  The same day as that ruling, a Momence, Ill., soybean plant exploded on its first day of operations and killed two people, including the owner. The Tribune noted that the extraction of soybean oil for salad dressing, shortening and use in varnishes and paints was a comparatively new industry.

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The SOYBEAN Plant Description - Bureau of Plant Industry

The SOYBEAN Plant Description Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) or soya bean is a legume crop belonging to the family Leguminosae or Fabaceae and sub-family Papilionaceae. The plant grows up to 1.5 meters tall, depending on variety. Erect stems are covered with thick brown hair. Leaves are compound, with 3 leaflets.

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Farming 101: How to Plant Soybeans Successful Farming

May 07, 2019  If the field has a history of disease during seedling emergence, a fungicide treatment may be desirable. The same applies for any known history of Phytophthora, Sudden Death Syndrome, or any other soybean pathogens.. Likewise, insecticide seed treatment may be desirable if the field is known for insect pests.

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Soybean Prices - 45 Year Historical Chart MacroTrends

Soybean Prices - 45 Year Historical Chart. Interactive chart of historical daily soybean prices back to 1971. The price shown is in U.S. Dollars per bushel. The current price of soybeans as of March 12, 2021 is $14.1325 per bushel.

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George Washington Carver: Biography, Inventions ... - HISTORY

Feb 01, 2021  But by growing nitrogen-fixing plants like peanuts, soybeans and sweet potatoes, the soil could be restored, allowing yield to increase dramatically when

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AGP - Soybean Processing

Soybean processing is AGP’s primary business. AGP is the largest cooperative soybean processor in the world. The cooperative is also the largest soybean processor in Iowa (the leading state in soybean production) and the fourth largest soybean processor in the United States. We operate ten soybean processing plants located in five Midwestern ...

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Soybean Production in Missouri MU Extension

In recent years, farmers in Missouri have grown soybeans on more than five million acres. Soybeans were the most economically successful crop for Missouri farmers in the 1970s and early 1980s. While yields in 1983-84 averaged about 20 , these yields were the lowest in recent soybean production history. Yields during more favorable years have ranged from 25 to 32 .Although weather conditions

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A History of Soy Milk Serious Eats

Jun 21, 2018  Among this next-gen crowd of plant-based milk analogs, soy milk, the first widely available nondairy milk, stands apart as the unfashionable older sister—a bit dowdy, a bit behind the times. But within the family of soy foods, soy milk is a relative newcomer, with a thin history

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Soybean plant to be city’s largest economic development ...

Feb 06, 2021  The company is building a soybean processing plant at 4816 Eighth Ave. N.E., near County Road 14. The permit allows the company to start

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SOYBEAN PRODUCTION GUIDE - ILSoyAdvisor

the plant itself. Liebig’s Law of the Minimum states that just one factor can limit plant growth, and that can cause yields to stagnate even if all other factors are optimal. This law compares the potential of a soybean crop to a barrel made from planks of varying lengths. Such a barrel could be filled only as high as the shortest plank. The

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Soy Story: the History of the Soybean – Eating China

The long history of domestication resulted in a great variety of upright hardy soy plants that do well in a wide range of soil and weather conditions. The main types of soybeans are categorised by seed colour: green, black and by far the most common, yellow, the variety that inspired the bean’s other name, Yellow Legume, Huang Dou.

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Chapter One: Soybeans.The Miracle Crop The Soybean, It’s ...

1 - 1 Chapter One: The Soybean, It’s History, and It’s Opportunities Soybeans.The Miracle Crop Soybeans are often called the “miracle crop.” They are the world’s foremost pro-vider of vegetable protein and oil. The bushy, green soybean plant is a legume related to peas, groundnuts (peanuts) and alfalfa. Soybeans are included in the

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Soybeans: The Success Story

Feb 17, 1997  In 1910, Piper and Morse coauthored "The Soybean: History, Varieties, and Field Studies", an 84 page bulletin. This was Morse's first of 80 plus publications on the soybean. His most famous publication was the 1923 book The Soybean coauthored by Piper and Morse, published by McGraw Hill Book Company. In 1920, Morse was a founder of the American ...

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The SOYBEAN Plant Description - Bureau of Plant Industry

The SOYBEAN Plant Description Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) or soya bean is a legume crop belonging to the family Leguminosae or Fabaceae and sub-family Papilionaceae. The plant grows up to 1.5 meters tall, depending on variety. Erect stems are covered with thick brown hair. Leaves are compound, with 3 leaflets.

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Soybean Production in Missouri MU Extension

In recent years, farmers in Missouri have grown soybeans on more than five million acres. Soybeans were the most economically successful crop for Missouri farmers in the 1970s and early 1980s. While yields in 1983-84 averaged about 20 , these yields were the lowest in recent soybean production history. Yields during more favorable years have ranged from 25 to 32 .Although weather conditions

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Industrial History: Glidden/Central Soya Plant

Mar 04, 2016  The same day as that ruling, a Momence, Ill., soybean plant exploded on its first day of operations and killed two people, including the owner. The Tribune noted that the extraction of soybean oil for salad dressing, shortening and use in varnishes and paints was a comparatively new industry.

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Farming 101: How to Plant Soybeans Successful Farming

May 07, 2019  If the field has a history of disease during seedling emergence, a fungicide treatment may be desirable. The same applies for any known history of Phytophthora, Sudden Death Syndrome, or any other soybean pathogens.. Likewise, insecticide seed treatment may be desirable if the field is known for insect pests.

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SOYBEAN PRODUCTION GUIDE - ILSoyAdvisor

the plant itself. Liebig’s Law of the Minimum states that just one factor can limit plant growth, and that can cause yields to stagnate even if all other factors are optimal. This law compares the potential of a soybean crop to a barrel made from planks of varying lengths. Such a barrel could be filled only as high as the shortest plank. The

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Soybean Prices - 45 Year Historical Chart MacroTrends

Soybean Prices - 45 Year Historical Chart. Interactive chart of historical daily soybean prices back to 1971. The price shown is in U.S. Dollars per bushel. The current price of soybeans as of March 12, 2021 is $14.1325 per bushel.

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AGP - Soybean Processing

Soybean processing is AGP’s primary business. AGP is the largest cooperative soybean processor in the world. The cooperative is also the largest soybean processor in Iowa (the leading state in soybean production) and the fourth largest soybean processor in the United States. We operate ten soybean processing plants located in five Midwestern ...

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Percy Lavon Julian Science History Institute

Oct 15, 2020  Three years after arriving at Glidden, Julian learned from plant workers that water had leaked into a tank of purified soybean oil and formed a solid white mass. Immediately identifying the substance as stigmasterol, he realized he had stumbled upon a method for producing large amounts of the steroid from soybeans.

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The origin and history of soybean Request PDF

The origin and history of soybean. July 2010; DOI: 10.1079/9781845936440.0001. Authors: ... and after 96 hpi, the stem was heavily colonized. Infected soybean plants induce reinforcement of the ...

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Toward a “Green Revolution” for Soybean - ScienceDirect

May 04, 2020  Soybean (Glycine max), as an economically important food and oilseedcrop, is a major source of plant proteins and oils.Although considerable progress has been made in increasing the yields of rice, wheat, and maize through the “Green Revolution”, little improvements have been made for soybean.

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Genetic diversity patterns and domestication origin of soybean

Dec 26, 2018  Genotyping data of a comprehensive Korean soybean collection obtained using a large SNP array were used to clarify global distribution patterns of soybean and address the evolutionary history of soybean. Understanding diversity and evolution of a crop is an essential step to implement a strategy to expand its germplasm base for crop improvement research.

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