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Southern Crop

Universities Support NAFTA in Letter

A group of 55 agriculture deans from public universities across the country have outlined the vital importance of NAFTA to the agricultural community and reiterating their support for free agricultural trade across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

 

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New Global Crop Alliance Proposed

Scientists plan to deploy the new Global Crop Improvement Network (GCIN) to take comparative approaches across all major crops and environments to enhance such traits as root access to water using remote sensing, which often requires costly mobile, airborne or satellite technology.   Read more

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