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Environmentally friendly invention may save soybean industry millions of dollars per year

If parasites want to get to soybeans, they'll have to go through Kansas State University researchers first.
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(Kansas State University) Harold N. Trick, professor of plant pathology; Timothy C. Todd, instructor of plant pathology; and Jiarui Li, post-doctoral researcher in plant pathology, designed a patented soybean variety that protects t...

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