Soybeans on the road

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A soybean asphalt sealant could mean new market opportunities for Ontario’s growers provided the product generates enough local demand


Have these people never heard of the food/fuel debate when it comes to ethanol? Why should soybeans be treated any differently?

This story is, to use the vernacular of young people, "so yesterday"

The only time, and only people who see room for debate on the food/fuel issue, comes from corn growers and ethanol plant owners. Everybody else, especially corn and/or soybean buyers have long since made up their minds.

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