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Learn from history

November 16, 2013
The Advertiser-Tribune

Along roads in rural America, you'll see small fields where brands and varieties of seeds are planted side by side, identifying each so comparisons can be made. They're called "test plots," and it's a way of comparing one product against another. They're out there for everyone to see, and if a variety fails a time or two, you can bet it will disappear from the marketplace.



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