|Nutrients||Calories – 446g/100 grams
Carbohydrates – 30g
Fiber – 9g
SOYBEAN VARIETIES WE EXPORT
Soya bean import from Ukraine includes various varieties of Soybean including Ahilya-1, Alankar, Ahilya-3, and such others. Soybean exporter in Ukraine exports many of these soybean varieties to numerous countries in the world. Export of Soybean from Ukraine includes the following varieties.
AHILYA-1 (NRC 2)
Ahilya-1 also known as NRC 2 is a variety of Soybean which is resistant to Rhizoctonia, pod blight, green mosaic virus, bacterial blight, and tolerant to Cercospora leaf spot and Anthracnose. This variety of soybean takes around 103-106 to mature after transplanting. The average yield for this variety of soybean is 25-30q/ha.
AHILYA-3 (NRC 7)
Ahilya-3 is a variety of soybean which is resistant to bacterial blight, green mosaic virus, bacterial pustules, phyllody, soybean mosaic, Myrothecium and Cercospora leaf spots. It is tolerant to stem fly, girdle beetle, green and grey semi looper, and so on. This variety of Ahilya-3 takes around 90-99 to mature after transplantation.
This is a variety of Soybean which matures around 115-120 days after transplanting. The average yield for this variety of soybean is around 20-25q/ha. This Alankar variety of Soybean is resistant to bacterial pustules and tolerant to yellow mosaic.
This variety of Soybean matures around 85-90 days after transplanting. The ADT-1 variety of Soybean is also known for tolerance to leaf miner and leaf Webber.
DURGA (JS 72-280)
The Durga variety of Soybean matures around 102-105 days after transplanting. The average yield of this variety of soybean which is exported from Ukraine by many exporters is 20-22q/ha. This variety is also tolerant to bacterial pustules.
GUJARAT SOYBEAN 1 (J-231)
The Gujarat soybean 1 also known as J-231 matures around 90-95 days after transplanting. The average yield of this variety of soybean is 15-20q/ha. This variety is fairly tolerant of disease and pests in Gujarat.
HARA SOY (HIMSO 1563)
The Hara Soy variety of Soybean is immune to a bacterial pustule and highly resistant to brown spot, bacterial blight, and to frog eye leaf spot and pod blight. This variety is said to be the first-ever culinary purpose variety in soybean. The average yield for this variety is around 15-20q/ha.
INDIRA SOY 9
Indira Soy 9 is a variety of Soybean resistant to rust. It is also moderately resistant to stem tunneling, girdle beetle and leaf folder. This variety is said to perform well under low to moderate plant densities.
The time taken for JS 2 to mature is around 90-95 days after transplanting. The average yield for this variety of Soybean is around 18-20q/ha. This variety is also said to be resistant to a bacterial pustule and is tolerant to Macrophomina.