Registration changes for soybean and forage varieties Regulatory changes from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency that are meant to streamline the variety registration process for new oilseed soybean and forage varieties are now in effect.
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New approach to studying fungus’ attack on soybean A new laboratory technique developed by Agricultural Research Service scientists could speed the search for soybean plants with resistance to the fungus that causes Phomopsis seed decay.