After three decades, researchers have cracked the code with a new soybean protein gene

A 30-year research study has identified a new soybean protein gene, which could have major benefits for global food security.

University of Illinois Professor, Brian Diers spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about the implications of this study, how the study was conducted and what is next step in addressing the yield issue.

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