Researching Wild Soybeans To Try To Improve Yield, Composition & Pest Resistance

Researching Wild Soybeans To Try To Improve Yield, Composition & Pest Resistance

North Carolina’s own Dr. Tommy Carter, a Soybean Research Geneticist with the USDA, is part of a team conducting research funded by the soybean checkoff on soybean lines that have been growing wild in China for thousands of years. Carter believes the lines can provide genetic diversity that can help improve commercial varieties today.

Click here to read more about the project: http://unitedsoybean.org/article/ancient-answers-to-modern-questions/

 

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