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Soybean Production - Australian Oilseeds Federation Inc.

Soybean production is important to Australian farmers and is an important part of Australia’s $2.5 billion oilseed industry. The soybean industry is also an important contributor to regional economies with businesses including input suppliers, service providers, soybean processing facilities and soy food manufacturers based in regional areas.

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Soybean Information - Australian Oilseeds Federation Inc.

And in more recent times, soybean has been recognised for its health and well being properties and is now used in a range of nutrition bars, cereals, pasta and baked goods. Soybeans make up about 60% of the overall world oilseed production. Soybeans are grown and traded across the globe and are considered one of the most important of global

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Soy Australia - Australian Oilseeds Federation Inc.

The soybean industry is represented by Soy Australia which was formed with the support of the following organisations: Australian Oilseeds Federation (AOF) Northern Australian Soybean Industry Association (NASIA) North Coast Oilseed Growers Association (NCOGA)

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Licensed Varieties - Australian Oilseeds Federation Inc.

Richmond (Line NF246-64) is a new variety from the Australian Soybean Breeding Program, first released in 2013 under PBR, and Is currently licensed to Seednet. Richmond is suited to production on the North Coast, northern tablelands and slopes and the Liverpool Plains regions of NSW.

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Australian Oilseeds Federation - The peak industry body for

The Australian Oilseeds Federation Inc. (AOF) was established in 1970 to represent the common interests of all Australian oilseed industry participants and to promote the development, expansion and improvement of Australian oilseed production.

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Australian Soybean Industry commits to - Australian Oilseeds

The Australian Oilseed Federation is the peak industry body for the oilseed industry, representing those involved in the value chain for soybean, canola, sunflower, safflower and other oilseeds.

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Marketing Soybeans - Australian Oilseeds Federation Inc.

Soy Australia via the Australian Oilseeds Federation, and ultimately Grain Trade Australia, has issued three Soybean Trading Standards for the 2010/11 crop season. CS06: Edible Milling Grade Soybean This specification is for edible soybeans comprising clean, sound, whole soybeans of light hilum varieties suitable for milling into flour.

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Soy News - Australian Oilseeds Federation Inc.

Soybean Production. Marketing Soybeans. Commercial Partnerships. Soybean Fact Sheets. Contact Soy Australia. Australian Oilseeds Federation Inc. ABN: 65 887 338 647. Contact Us

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SOYBEAN - GRDC

(Photo: Australian Oilseeds Federation) The disease often occurs where soybeans are grown following susceptible crops such as sunflower, navy beans, cotton, peanuts and crucifers. Many broadleaf weeds are also hosts of sclerotinia. Cool, humid weather conditions, tall, dense crops and overhead spray irrigation during flowering favour the disease.

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AUSTRALIAN OILSEEDS FEDERATION INCORPORATED Section 1

The Standards are developed by the Australian Oilseeds Federation Technical Committee. This is a committee comprising industry experts in relevant fields of breeding, growing, marketing, processing and consumption of a range of oilseeds. The Standards are reviewed annually and published on the Australian Oilseed Federation website.

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SOYBEAN - GRDC

2 Australian Oilseeds Federation (2013), Better Soybeans manualwww.australianoilseeds/soy_ australia/Soybean_Production A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 SECTION 13 SoyBeAnS - Storage Know more. row more.2 March 2016

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SOYBEAN - GRDC

The soybean production regions of Australia cover a wide range of latitudes and climates. Thus, a range of varieties has been developed to suit these varied environments. To give your crop the best chance for success it is critical to select a variety that is recommended for your region and to sow it in the recommended planting window.

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SOYBEAN - GRDC

Adverse effects of weeds on soybean yield are determined by: • Weed – species, growth habit, density and duration of competition; • Crop – vigour, density and planting configuration.

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Oilseeds: March quarter 2021 - Department of Agriculture

Record soybean production lifts global oilseed supply Global soybean production is expected to rebound to 361 million tonnes in 2020–21 and reach record levels over the medium term. Despite unfavourable conditions in some key growing regions, Brazilian soybean production is on course to reach record output of 133 million tonnes in 2020–21.

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Australia Oilseeds and Products Annual April 2018

Australia normally produces over 5 million metric tons (MMT) of oilseed crops each year, with canola and cottonseed accounting for over 90 percent of total production. Post forecasts 2018/19 canola production to expand to 4 MMT, up 8 percent from the previous year because of improved climatic conditions. In 2018/19, cottonseed production is

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SOYBEAN - GRDC

(Photo: Australian Oilseeds Federation) If soybean seed is effectively inoculated with the correct strain of the nitrogen-fixing rhizobia at sowing, the plants rarely need any additional nitrogen (N) at planting or during the crop as they have the ability to fix far more nitrogen from the atmosphere than they require to grow.

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SOYBEAN - GRDC

(Photo: Australian Oilseeds Federation) A pickup reel is a must. The ‘feathering’ pickup reel is best for soybeans–the reel tines enter the crop vertically for least disturbance and gently sweep the crop over the cutterbar and into the auger. A bat reel is cheaper but will shatter too many beans.

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Chapter 4. Oilseeds and oilseed products - FAO

In China soybean production is expected to resume growth after decreases over the past decade due partly to reduced policy support for the cultivation of cereals. Soybean production is also expected to grow in the Russian Federation, Ukraine, and several countries in Sub Saharan Africa. Figure 4.3. Oilseed production by region

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Russian Federation Oilseeds and Products Annual Annual 2016

Russia’s capacity to crush oilseeds exceeds oilseed production by 5-6 MMT. Thus, in 2015 the total crushing capacity in Russia was estimated at 20-21 MMT, while the total oilseeds production was only 14.5 MMT. Therefore, demand for oilseeds, including sunflowerseed for crushing, is very high;

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Oilseeds - Department of Primary Industries

Despite this, soybean plantings more than doubled and there was a 25% year-on-year increase in the area planted to sunflowers 1. Total oilseed production was down by 20% year-on-year. Canola production dropped by half with yields down 40% year-on-year and down 32% compared to the five-year moving average.

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SOYBEAN - GRDC

soybean crop, two rows of cane are directly planted into the beds through the soybean residue. Cane farms using this system involving soybean breaks have reported 20% yield increases in the following cane crop. When sowing soybean into sugar cane trash several issues must be considered.

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The Australian Oilseeds Industry

Top 10 Oilseed Producing Nations + 1 1. USA 2. Brazil 3. Argentina 4. China 5. India 6. Ukraine 7. Russia 8. Indonesia 9. Paraguay 10. France 11. Australia 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 70000 80000 90000 100000 Oilseed Production 2012/13 (mmt) Source: Oilworld, May 2013

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Section 1: Quality Standards - Grain Trade Australia

The Standards are developed by the Australian Oilseeds Federation Technical Committee. This is a committee comprising industry experts in relevant fields of breeding, growing, marketing, processing and consumption of a range of oilseeds. The Standards are reviewed annually and published on the Australian Oilseed Federation website.

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North helps south in tough year for Australian soybeans

Total Oilseed, Soybean Production: 361,824 thd. mt in 20/21MY. Total Oilseed, Soybean Production: +22,829 (+6.73%) thd. mt in the season of 20/21 in comparison with the season of 19/20. Changes for 20/21MY in main Production countries:

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International Oilseed Producers Dialogue - United Soybean Board

International Oilseed Producers Dialogue. June 25 – June 29, 2017. Sydney, Australia . This summer, the United Soybean Board (USB) joins partners in the global oilseed industry at the 20th International Oilseed Producers Dialogue (IOPD), hosted by the Australian Oilseeds Federation in Sydney. At the annual conference, farmers from across the globe meet to discuss the agricultural pressures

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Russian Federation Oilseeds and Products Annual 2019 Oilseeds

percent), those of soybean oil will grow up to 620 TMT (+6.0 percent) and of rapeseed oil – up to 600 TMT (+9.0 percent). OILSEEDS Commodities: - Sunflowerseed - Soybeans - Rapeseed - Peanuts NOTE: From 2016, the Russian State Statistical Service (Rosstat) began publishing data on production of oilseeds in clean weight. Before 2015, Rosstat

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PERMIT TO ALLOW MINOR USE OF AN AGVET CHEMICAL PRODUCT FOR

AUSTRALIAN OILSEEDS FEDERATION INC. 30 Coronga Crescent KILLARA NSW 2071 Persons who can use the product under this permit: Persons generally. PER86185 Permit Version 1 Page 2 of 2 CONDITIONS OF USE Product to be used: VANTAL 18 EC MITICIDE/INSECTICIDE [A

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Drought slashes soybean production prompting fierce

The Australian Oilseeds Federation said domestic soybean processors were competing fiercely for the limited crop. "We're a relatively small producer in global terms, but when it comes to our local industries that depend on Australian soybeans, they're really been hit hard by the shortages," said chief executive Nick Goddard.

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