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BIO-FUEL PRODUCTION
NCSU Soybean fields are harvested using Soybean based bio-fuel

ENERGY Fields

ORGANIC FARMING
Workshop explores organic grain and oilseed production

PERSPECTIVES
The Farm of Tommorrow

For N.C. soybean growers, less really is more

EVENTS
Tri County Soybean Production Update
February 13th, 2008 @ 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Laurinburg, NC

Soybeans are typically the state's largest acreage row crop, with 1.2 to 1.5 million acres annually. Average farm-gate value of the state's soybean crop is approximately $200 million, ranking it 3rd behind tobacco and cotton.

A significant portion of the university's research, teaching, and extension effort is devoted to soybeans, earning NCSU an international reputation as a major soybean university.

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