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Could we blow through our soybean supply by replacing petroleum with soy oil?
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Posted 12/6/2018 12:19 (#7153085 - in reply to #7152949)
Subject: RE: All Energy is Solar.. banked vs Yearly Income.

West of Mpls MN about 50 miles on Hwy 12
My thoughts as well.

The claim of improved soil structure from some other sites I found was something had never thought about. Just sprinkle some soybean meal on after a wet fall harvest, the worms raise large families as soon as it warms up in the spring, and compaction is gone.

The State University of NC better find a different source of soybean meal.

The full rate of 20 lbs./1,000 sq ft as recommended by the site I linked above, calculates to about 871.2 lbs./acre x the site I linked price of $1.82/lbs./25 lbs. bag = $1585.58/acre...feel free to check my math. ;)

I give the company I linked alot of credit for their unconventional soybean meal marketing efforts, and hope they sell semi loads of their fertilizer...I'm serious.

Edited by CMN 12/6/2018 12:22
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