There always seems to be some debate about whether soybeans make much honey. I imagine it is just the same as any other potential honey plant.....soil conditions, weather, yearly cycles etc. Around here soybeans seem to produce decent honey when they are on heavy, wet soil or irrigated. Some years I dont think they do much. I am sorta thinking we might get some honey from them this year since it has been so wet. They just started to blossom this week or so but I havent seen any bees on them. However, they might not have enough nectar yet or maybe they wont even produce anything this year. As far as quality goes, I have always seen it as rather light (high end XLA to white) but the taste is absolutely horrible.