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U of I Research on Grain Stalks Aims to Reduce Crop Loss, Increase Revenues
September 06, 2018
MOSCOW, Idaho, Sept. 6 -- The University of Idaho issued the following news release:

University of Idaho researchers are working with counterparts at the University of Kentucky and Clemson University to breed stronger plants as part of a four-year quest to increase grain yields and reduce crop loss.

Stalk lodging, when a grain stem snaps prior to harvest, is a serious problem in most grain crops and results in annual yield losses of approximately 20 percent. The problem . . .

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