Soybean School: An Inside Look at Grading Soybeans

An immature soybean sample (greenseed)

Want to know what buyers look for in a soybean sample? Or what you don’t want to see in your soybeans?

This episode of the Soybean School takes us to the Canadian Grain Commission grading lab in Winnipeg. Thanks to Daryl Beswitherick, program manager for quality assurance and re-inspection at the CGC, for taking some time to walk us through the most common grading factors found in soybeans.

From greenseed to purple mottling to dockage, here’s a close-up look at what goes into assessing a soybean sample:

 

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