USDA study finds ozone levels affect soybean yields
WILLMAR -- According to the findings of a recent study released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, current atmospheric ozone levels are already suppressing soybean yields.
With the assistance of researchers from the University of Illinois, scientists from USDA's Agricultural Research Service developed the necessary technology to measure how the projected increases in carbon dioxide and ozone will affect soybean production.
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