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The resumption of U.S. soybean sales to China has helped to buoy the market in oilseeds, although traders warn that uncertainties remain. At the same time, a developing row between Canada and China threatens to divert trade flows in rapeseed. China’s demand for soybeans has been hit by a fall in demand for meal as the country’s hog herd is affected by African swine fever.


The problem with agroecological farming systems such as organic is that they can’t feed the world. They’re less productive. If you move to agroecology and you will encounter a drop in yields. That’s a major problem when you have a growing population and a natural environment that is already under strain."


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