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  author={Patrick Woodward and Juliann R. Seebauer and Alison Marie Vogel},
Biological products are a diverse part of the agricultural market that is booming with new products every year. There are many categories of biological products with a large variety of uses; however, in general these product alter the biology of plants and soils in order to improve plant growth and production. Most of these products were originally used in high-value food and ornamental crops, but recently have begun to be applied to row crops like corn to increase grain yield. Due to the sheer… 



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