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Veteran Advisor

South America's soybean threats build

Agronomists are saying that South America's soybean production potential is headed for "dark days", if practices don't change. If realized, less production could be market-impacting. As early as 2014-15 season, the problems are expected to show up.

 

Luis, Vieira, a Brazilian correspondent, offers up this story that some folks might find awfully surprising.

 

South America's Soybean Potential Threatened

 

Mike

 

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Honored Advisor

Re: South America's soybean threats build

That mono-culture had to catch up sooner or later, especially a double-crop mono-culture.

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Senior Advisor

Re: South America's soybean threats build

Some pretty funny translation errors in this article. "Abandoned racoons" are a problem? Copulation is always a problem. Smiley Very Happy

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Veteran Contributor

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For years South American farmers used round-up ready beans and never payed the tech fee and now some are partially blaming the chemical companies for the glyphosate resistant problem.  GIVE ME A BREAK!  Help fix the problem and pay up.

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Veteran Contributor

Re: South America's soybean threats build

Peak Soybeans?
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