PSM professor's bean research has impact across world

In the early morning, in a farm building surrounded by fields full of snow, James Kelly prepares to test the latest research models with his colleagues.

February 11, 2016

Plant soil and microbial sciences professor Jim Kelly, left and grad. student Nolan Bornowski collect data at the Agronomy Farm.

In the early morning, in a farm building surrounded by fields full of snow, James Kelly prepares to test the latest research models with his colleagues. Hoping to see improvement over previous attempts, these newest inventions could have both commercial and societal impacts, should they be superior. Old archetypes and new innovations lined side by side, the professionals inspect their harvest, noting which varieties perform best in canning quality.  Click to read more.

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