Projects to be aimed at water-use efficient cultivars
“The advancement of technology to support the development of crop varieties is essential to the health and prosperity of the state, nation and the world,” said John Sharp, chancellor of the Texas A&M University System. “This multi-year agreement is fundamental to that goal.
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