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A new partnership between Kansas State University and The Farm Research Center aims to improve stress tolerance of soybeans to improve commercialization.

Kansas State partnership to aid soybean commercialization

New partnership between Kansas State University and The Farm Research Center aims to enhance stress tolerance of soybeans to improve commercialization.

A new partnership between Kansas State University and The Farm Research Center, Garden City, Mo., aims to develop a new variety of soybean.

Through the partnership, made official at a Dec. 30 signing ceremony, The Farm is providing $60,000 in grant funding to William "Bill" Schapaugh, Kansas State professor of agronomy, for research on two tasks:

1. Develop new maturity group 4 soybean varieties with protein and oil levels that meet sponsor criteria for commercialization ($45,

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