How to fix an oversupplied market for soybeans

Farmers have found a new source of soybeans in the South China Sea, where they need to be to feed the growing world population.

The Chinese have been using an unusual form of soy to supplement their dwindling crop of soybean seeds.

It is a kind of hybrid of a grain, a grain that is more like soybeans than normal wheat.

It’s called an arabeed, and it grows in many places in Asia, the Middle East and Europe, including in China.

The arabeeds can be harvested from the ground in China and exported to the United States and Europe.

In the United Kingdom, arabae are grown for export to Asia.

In some ways, it’s similar to the Chinese practice of planting soybeans on rice, said Paul A. Shorrock, an agronomist at the University of Iowa.

But in other ways, Shorrocks team thinks the arabead is a more sustainable source of protein for farmers.

It could be used to make more soybeans, Shoranrock said.

“It’s a sustainable protein source, but it also has other environmental benefits,” he said.

A year ago, the Chinese began producing a soybean called Arabeed 4.

The seeds are so small, they can fit inside a paper bag.

But the Chinese are using the arabs to grow a variety of other soybeans.

For example, they have a variety called Arabe 6 that grows in the same region.

That variety has an average yield of just 1,000 to 1,500 arabales per acre.

Shoranrocks group is working with farmers in the United Arab Emirates and Malaysia to find other sources of arabaea.

Arabae have the capacity to grow more than 2.5 million tons of soy each year, according to a USDA report.

The report also says arabees can also be used in the production of corn and other grain, and for beef and pork.

It also notes that arabears can be used for biofuels, including soybean oil, corn ethanol and biodiesel.

Shoring up the global soybean supply is a major focus of China’s economic and diplomatic goals.

In June, Chinese President Xi Jinping said he was committed to improving the quality of the global supply of soy by 2030.

In China, farmers have been growing arabeds and other crops to feed China’s growing population.

But they are also struggling to supply the growing global population.

China’s new arabeas, produced in large numbers in the country, are exported to Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, India, the United Nations and other countries.

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