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Home Technician G. John Lazur (formerly with ARS) scans soybean root with winRHIZO software to digitize root growth. (Peggy Greb) Technician G. John Lazur (formerly with ARS) scans soybean root with winRHIZO software to digitize root growth. (Peggy Greb)

Technician G. John Lazur (formerly with ARS) scans soybean root with winRHIZO software to digitize root growth. (Peggy Greb)

Technician G. John Lazur (formerly with ARS) scans soybean root with winRHIZO software to digitize root growth. (Peggy Greb)

Technician G. John Lazur (formerly with ARS) scans soybean root with winRHIZO software to digitize root growth. (Peggy Greb)

Agronomist Larry Heatherly examines early maturing variety of soybean plants growing in a flood-irrigated field in Mississippi. (Keith Weller)
Ohio State University scientist Liming Chen examines flooded soybean plants. (Ann Houser)