http://www.ncfar.org/HSS_20140317_Media_Advisory.pdfSoybean and Nitrogen Fixation Research : A Global Search Through the National Plant Germplasm System for Drought Tolerant Soybeans
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A Global Search Through the National Plant Germplasm System for Drought Tolerant Soybeans
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Washington, DC–March 10, 2014, For Immediate Release – Research on drought tolerant soybeans using the
national plant germplasm system will be the focus of a presentation at National C-FAR’s hill research seminar
on Monday, March 17, at noon in 1302 Longworth House Office Building. The featured speaker is Dr. Thomas
(Tommy) E. Carter, Jr., a professor of plant science and geneticist with USDA, as part of the ARS Soybean Unit
located on the North Carolina State campus in Raleigh.
Washington, DC–March 10, 2014, For Immediate Release – Research on drought tolerant soybeans using the
national plant germplasm system will be the focus of a presentation at National C-FAR’s hill research seminar
on Monday, March 17, at noon in 1302 Longworth House Office Building. The featured speaker is Dr. Thomas
(Tommy) E. Carter, Jr., a professor of plant science and geneticist with USDA, as part of the ARS Soybean Unit
located on the North Carolina State campus in Raleigh.
Washington, DC-March 10, 2014- Research on drought tolerant soybeans using the national plant germplasm system was the focus of a presentation at the C-FAR's ("National Coalition For Food & Agricultural Research") research seminar in Longworth House Office Building by Dr. Tommy Carter. Here is a link to this event.

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