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Soybean nitrogen breakthrough could help feed the world

Washington State University biologist Mechthild Tegeder has developed a way to dramatically increase the yield and quality of soybeans.
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(Washington State University) Washington State University biologist Mechthild Tegeder has developed a way to dramatically increase the yield and quality of soybeans. Her greenhouse-grown soybean plants fix twice as much nitrogen fro...

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