American Soybean Magazine

American Soybean covers soybean news including people, policy developments, timely topics, advocacy efforts, and other subjects of interest and importance to U.S. soy.
Build Back Better with Soy-Based Construction Materials

Build Back Better with Soy-Based Construction Materials

November 23, 2021

By Tamara Hinton •  From Fall 2021 American Soybean magazine  In the midst of intense debate and a partisan atmosphere on Capitol Hill regarding critical issues facing the nation, there are pockets of positive stories to ...

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Soy-Gari Research Opens New Opportunities

Soy-Gari Research Opens New Opportunities

July 27, 2021

By Leticia Amoakoah Twum •  From Summer 2021 American Soybean magazine As a research scientist, I am excited to share our findings that, adding soy to a food eaten by millions of West Africans has ...

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It’s More than Conservation: ASA pushes expanded soybean sustainability agenda

It’s More than Conservation: ASA pushes expanded soybean sustainability agenda

May 11, 2021

By Barb Baylor Anderson •  From Spring 2021 American Soybean magazine No matter what you label it—conservation, environmentally friendly practices, regenerative agriculture, or something else—all these terms help define agricultural sustainability. It’s a concept that ...

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How Do You Improve Environmental Stewardship and Increase Yields? Two Words: Precision Agriculture

How Do You Improve Environmental Stewardship and Increase Yields? Two Words: Precision Agriculture

May 11, 2021

By Curt Blades •  From Spring 2021 American Soybean magazine The mechanization of farming in the 20th century led to big changes in agriculture. Tractors, combines, harvesters and other farm machines helped each farm produce ...

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Planting Frustration Leads to Cost-Saving Invention

Planting Frustration Leads to Cost-Saving Invention

December 4, 2019

By Barb Baylor Anderson • From Fall 2019 American Soybean Magazine Rusty Kordick was planting soybeans around a terrace in an Iowa field in 2015 when he realized he only needed to plant two more ...

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