Brazil's farmers dump sugar for soy as trade war boosts Chinese demand Here in Louisiana, I've seen more and more soybean fields displacing sugarcane. This has been trending for some time now, but I wouldn't be surprised to see an upcoming surge in soybean production. Sugarcane has been a tradition here for more than a century. Our farmers are quite conservative and any move to soybean will be cautious and gradual. Comments
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