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University of Minnesota researcher Dharma Kodali has developed a method for making plasticizers from soy oil, to blend with petroleum-based plastics (PVC).
University of Minnesota researcher Dharma Kodali has developed a method for making plasticizers from soy oil, to blend with petroleum-based plastics (PVC).
University of Minnesota researcher Dharma Kodali has developed a method for making plasticizers from soy oil, to blend with petroleum-based plastics (PVC).
University of Minnesota researcher Dharma Kodali has developed a method for making plasticizers from soy oil, to blend with petroleum-based plastics (PVC).
University of Minnesota researcher Dharma Kodali has developed a method for making plasticizers from soy oil, to blend with petroleum-based plastics (PVC).
University of Minnesota researcher Dharma Kodali has developed a method for making plasticizers from soy oil, to blend with petroleum-based plastics (PVC).
University of Minnesota researcher Dharma Kodali has developed a method for making plasticizers from soy oil, to blend with petroleum-based plastics (PVC).
University of Minnesota research near Roseau, Minnesota at the Magnuson Research Farm.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.
University of Minnesota research to determine if biomass plantings within agronomic fields can help control crop pests by increasing the populations of beneficial insects.