Drought dented, not beaten, by rains Amarillo.com State Seed Plant Board, which oversees seed certification in Texas, will meet in June to consider two new varieties of wheat unveiled recently by Texas A&M AgriLife Research and the TAM Wheat...
Julie Borlaug speaks out on wheat research, world hunger agprofessional.com The field day, held recently at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research station near Chillicothe, featured Julie Borlaug, granddaughter of the late Dr.
Groups reconfirm commitment to biotech wheat agprofessional.com The signatories call for further innovation in research as wheat represents about 20 percent of human calorie intake, making it an essential part of the global diet and critical to...
Texas A&M AgriLife program to release two new wheat varieties AgriLife Today CHILLICOTHE – Texas A&M AgriLife Research and the TAM Wheat Improvement Program have announced the pending release of two new wheat varieties, each with unique qualities,...
WNAX International Group Backs Bio Tech Wheat And Innovation WNAX U.S. Wheat Associate's Steve Mercer says the backing is a commitment to the advancement of biotech traits and a call for further innovation in wheat research.
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