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Dr. Carrie Eberle will be working with Dr. Frank Forcella at the Soils Lab on a project to look at how integrating oilseed crops into farming systems can improve honeybee health. (Kim Ukura/Sun Tribune)

Carrie Eberle joins Soils Lab on oilseed crops and honeybees research project

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MORRIS -- After spending most of her time as a graduate student in a lab or a greenhouse researching plant biology and pollination systems, Dr. Carrie Eberle was ready to get out from behind a microscope.

Her interest in applied research led her to Dr. Frank Forcella at the North Central Soil Conservation Research Lab in Morris and a project to help improve the health of local honeybees.

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Kim Ukura is the editor of the Morris Sun Tribune. 

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