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.
Re: South America's soybean threats build
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.