Tag: soy

How To Make Soy Milk Easily At Home (with just 2 ingredients!)

Hi guys, Today, I’m going to show you how I make soy milk at home with just soy beans and water. You can flavour it with your choice of sweetener or use this plain soy milk to make other things like your own tofu or cultured cheese. Keep in mind that this soy milk tastes […]

Soybean Vein Necrosis Virus

Through work done at the University of Arkansas, plant pathologist Yannis Tzanetakis has identified a new virus which is called  Soybean Vein Necrosis Virus. The researchers now have proof that the virus causes the disease Soybean Vein Necrosis.   Early signs of Soybean Vein Necrosis are usually found around the middle of June, with the […]

Soybean Rust (SBR) spreads across Arkansas.

Hi, my name is Travis Faske, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Extension Plant Pathologist. Today I’d like to share with you some recent information about soybean rust in the state. We’ve found that over about 19 counties within the state, all the way from the southern part of the state to the northern part […]

America’s Heartland Episode 521 – Soybean Special

  America’s Heartland is made possible by…. They make up a small part of our population, but have a huge impact on all of our lives. They take business risks that few others would tolerate all on our behalf. They’re American farmers who feed, fuel and clothe the world. Monsanto would like to recognize them […]

Soy and a healthy diet: what are the best sources?

Soy can be included as part of a healthy diet. In fact we encourage people to include more legumes in their diet and soy is one many legumes that are available. Soy is a great source of plant proteins. It’s also got plant sterols which help in terms of managing cholesterol and of course we […]

Dealing with Salt Problems in Soybean Production

When we’re dealing with salinity, there are several different factors. Not all of these factors are here in Arkansas or the mid-South, but we do have some that are causing some problems: The geology of the soil, the weathering of the primary material that the soils come from … Climate, I think everybody would agree […]

Soybean Burndown

I’m Bob Scott, Extension Weed Scientist, with the University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture. It’s March in Arkansas and this means that soybean burndown season is in full swing. There are a few things that are important to remember when it comes to burning down fields for soybeans. A typical burndown program in Arkansas will […]

Soybean Salt Stress Testing

I’m Dr. Ken Korth, Professor of Plant Pathology here at the University of Arkansas. I’ve been working with Dr. Pengyin Chen, our soybean breeder, on salt tolerance tests for the last three years now. We really focus on the molecular aspects of this project. And that is really looking at how the plant responds to […]