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Why is soybeans grown in Iowa?

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Very much so! In 2009, Iowa farmers produced 486 million bushels of soybeans from 9.53 million acres.


Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska, Indiana, Minnesota


Corn, soybeans, and hay are the most common.


Iowa leads the states in the production of corn and ranks among the leaders in production of soybeans.


Iowa ranks among the leading states in production of soybeans.


Iowa's top crops are corn for grain, soybeans, hay, oats, wheat and apples


Iowa by far, it is the leading U.S. state for soybeans production. Washington does not grow soybeans to speak of.


Much of the corn and soybeans grown in Iowa are genetically modified (GM). Very little of any of the other crops have any significant modification done to them.


To grow soybeans, Iowa farmers:prepare the fieldsplant the soybean seedscultivate and/or protect the cropharvest the soybeans, usually with a combine harvester


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.


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. See 2011 soybean production per US state linked below.


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Soybeans and other agricultural products are the biggest exports for the state of Iowa.


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


Corn and soybeans, primarily.



Hogs, corn, soybeans, cattle and calves, and dairy products are the major agriculture in Iowa.


Out of the three Grand Divisions, it is mainly grown in the West.


Soybeans are a crop grown in the US.


Cotton, Soybeans, tomatoes,


Iowa is a farming state. Iowa leads the states in the production of corn and ranks among the leaders in production of soybeans.


Iowa leads the Nation in soybean production as well as corn and pork.


Iowa leads the states in the production of corn and ranks among the leaders in production of soybeans.


Iowa leads the states in the production of corn and ranks among the leaders in production of soybeans.



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