Nationwide, soybean checkoff programs, including the South Dakota Soybean Research and Promotion Council (SDSRPC) are working to discover new uses for soybeans to help increase demand and deliver strong ROI for farmers. One great example is the application of PoreShield on the new construction on Marion Road in Sioux Falls, SD.
Unlike traditional concrete sealers that sit on the surface, Poreshield penetrates into concrete to protect against water and freeze/thaw damage. When compared to untreated concrete, PoreShield has been proven to help extend the life of concrete 5-9 times. After years of research and field trials, this ground-breaking product is now being used nationwide to protect America’s infrastructure. The demand for PoreShield keeps growing, and with it, the demand for the soybeans grown in South Dakota.
A full press release on the Sioux Falls PoreShield application is available here.
To learn more about PoreShield and how it drives up demand for American-grown soybeans, visit poreshield.com.