Soya bean is a cream colored oval bean about the size of a common pea. It belongs to the Legume family and is native to East Asia. It is an important protein source for millions of people for over five thousand years.
Mostly Soya beans are yellow, but there are also rare varieties of black, brown and green. Main varieties grown in India are:
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History of Soya Bean
The Soya plant (Glycine max) was cultivated in China before 3000 B.C., and was classified as one of the five sacred crops. Soya was introduced in the USA in the early 19th century, the farming only expanded dramatically after World War II, when production in China was devastated.
Soya bean has been an important food ingredient of China, Manchuria, Korea and Malaysia over centuries. It is becoming increasingly popular in Europe and US among health and diet conscious people.
What Does Soya Bean Contains
|Oil||18 – 20%|
Advantages of Indian Soya in World Market
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Global Soyabean Crop Calender
Indian Soyabean Crop Calender
|Mainly Grown in Kharif Season||Monsoon|
|Sowing||June - July|
|Harvest||September - October|