Soybean is a legume believed to be indigenous to East Asia. It qualified as an oilseed due to its seeds’ high oil content. Each year, the soy exporter in India ships tonnes of soy. Due to Soybean’s numerous advantages and nutrients, global demand for Soybean has increased. This, in turn, leads to an increase in India’s soybean exports. The biggest destinations for Indian Soybean exports are Vietnam, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, the UAE, and Greece. India’s soybean exports comprise numerous types.
|Nutrients||Calories - 173 calories Fiber - 6 g Carbs 9.9 g|
|Minerals||Molybdenum, Folate, Copper, Manganese|
SOYBEAN VARIETIES WE EXPORT
There are numerous types of Soybean imported from India, including JS 95-60, Pratap Soya 1, TAMS 98-21, etc. Numerous nations receive high-quality soybean oilseeds from India’s soybean exporters. The following cultivars of Soybean are exported from India:
The average production potential of the JS 95-60 variety of Soybean oilseed is between 1800 and 2000 kg/ha. Approximately 16.6% of these seeds are composed of oil. Madhya Pradesh is among the suggested regions for this type. This cultivar is characterised by its determinacy, extra-earliness, excellent seed germination and longevity, etc.
PRATAP SOYA 1 (RAUS 5)
This Soybean Oilseed variety, Pratap Soya 1, has an average output potential of 3,000 to 3,500 kilogrammes per hectare. This cultivar has an oil content of 17.98%. This cultivar takes between 96 and 104 days to reach maturity. According to reports, RAUS 5 is resistant to girdle beetle, stem fly, and defoliators.
This Soybean Oilseed variety, Pratap Soya 1, has an average yield potential of 3,000 to 3,500 kg per hectare. This cultivar has an oil content of 17.98%. This cultivar takes between 96 and 104 days to reach maturity. According to reports, RAUS 5 is resistant to girdle beetle, stem fly, and defoliators.
PS 1347 is a cultivar with a potential yield of 3,100 kg/ha. This type has around 15.54 percent oil. This cultivar of Soybean Oilseed is a compact, Determinate plant. This cultivar reaches maturity in approximately 123 days. PS 1347 is resistant to YMV, Rhizoctonia aerial blight, and other diseases.
JS 97-52 is a Soybean Oilseed variety with a yield potential of 2,500 to 3,000 kilogrammes per hectare. This variety’s oil content is around 17.48%. Central Zone and North Eastern Zone are excellent locations for this cultivar. 100 days are required for this cultivar to reach maturity.
The Soybean Oilseed cultivar Pusa 97-12 was released in 2009. The IARI introduced this type that is exported from India. It has been suggested that Pusa 97-12 be farmed in the Northern Zone. According to reports, this cultivar is resistant to YMV and Charcoal rot.
BIRSA SAFED SOYBEAN-2
Released in 2009 in Ranchi, Birsa Safed Soyabean is an additional variety of Soybean Oilseed with a potential yield of approximately 2500kg/ha. This type is recommended for cultivation in Jharkhand due to its resistance to bacterial pastules, Cercospora leaf spot, blue beetle, Bihar hairy caterpillar, etc.
In 2013, the MACS-1188 cultivar of Soybean Oilseed was introduced. This cultivar is suggested for cultivation in the southern zone (Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, A.P., South Maharashtra). This type is recognised for its high oil content, early maturity, and resistance to pod shattering, Rhizoctonia aerial blight, etc.
Geekfactory Foods is one of India’s leading importers of soybeans. We export soybeans and similar food products to countries around the globe. The worldwide export of soybean has increased due to its rising popularity. Geekfactory Foods exports soybeans of the highest quality and ensures that they arrive at their destination in a pristine state. If you are interested in Soybean export from India, Geekfactory Foods is an excellent choice.