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How are soybeans harvested?

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Soybeans are harvested in the fall - typically late September or early October. Early season varieties can be harvested a few weeks earlier depending on the weather.


In US industrial agriculture, dry, mature soybeans are normally harvested with a combine harvester. Smaller operations might use a smaller combine, perhaps towed behind a tractor. They can also be harvested and shelled out by hand, but this is much more labor-intensive. Green soybeans in the form of edamame are normally harvested by hand.


Yes. Soybeans are grown in large fields and harvested with combine harvesters. Soybean has been a crop for the Southern USA.


Soybeans are the second largest cultivated crop in the United States, behind corn, with more than 70 million acres harvested annually.


The harvesting season in India is called the Kharif Crop. Examples of crops that are harvested during this time are: sugarcanes, peanut, sunflower and soybeans.


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The actual growth of a GMO plant is the same as for a non-GMO plant. For corn and soybeans, they are planted in spring and harvested in late summer or fall.


Based on US average yields and protein content, it doesn't. In 2009, US farmers averaged 44 bushels per acre yield for soybeans and 165 bushels per acre for corn. Multiplying those yields times the appropriate test weights for each crop, and then factoring in average protein contents of 8% for corn and 35% for soybeans gives a total of 735 pounds of protein per acre from corn, but 924 pounds per acre from soybeans. This assumes, of course, that the corn was harvested as a grain crop and not as silage or fodder. In that case, the sheer volume of harvested crop would account for the difference.


Kharif crops include plants such as sugarcane, soybeans, and rice. They are planted from April to May and harvested once the monsoon rains end. Rabi crops include things such as wheat, barley, and peas. They are planted in September and October and harvested once winter is over.


No. It is one word: soybeans.


According to the USDA, in 2009 Iowa farmers planted 9.6 million acres and harvested 486.03 million bushels of soybeans worth approximately 4.5 billion dollars US.


It is from late September to late November here in N.C.. If farmers plant corn or tobacco witch is harvested in September they will plant it right after then. If the farmer plants soybeans, cotton, or peanuts then it will be planted around November. It grows until about march to may when it is harvested and it is planted every other winter due to crop rotaion.


They are harvested in the fall.


there are harvested in the spring


Soybeans are called "soyabeans" in Hindi.


People who eat soybeans obviously


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Soybeans can be used to produce biodiesel fuel.


It means to produce two crops in one growing season. One example would be planting winter wheat in the autumn, then a crop of soybeans in the summer after the wheat is harvested and harvest those in the autumn.


YES they can!! My horse is on a diet of soybeans and sweet feed (more soybeans than sweet feed). Soybeans act as a filler and are packed with protein. They fill your horse out beautifully.


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Yes, soybeans have been genetically modified, though there are non-modified varieties of soybeans. Commercially, at least 70% - 80%, possibly more of the soybeans grown in the United States are GMO.


Oil is not harvested, crops are harvested. Oil is explored and is normally pumped out of the ground.


Soybeans are primarily grown in the Corn Belt in the U.S. Typically soybeans are grown in rotation with corn. So if a location grows corn, they mostly likely grow soybeans too. Brazil also grows a large percent of the world's soybeans, about +/-75% of the US yield.



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