UA touts 2 soybean varieties as not genetically modified

Posted: September 1, 2013 at 3:04 a.m.

Pengyin Chen, director of the soybean breeding program at the University of Arkansas System’s Division of Agriculture, holds up a new variety of soybeans at the Pine Tree Research Station near Colt.

Two varieties of soybeans developed by the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture will be readily available in Arkansas next year to farmers considering planting beans that have not been genetically modified.

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Business, Pages 69 on 09/01/2013


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