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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