Grand Opening ceremony underscores commitment to Texas cotton

Smith, Ron
December 2010
Southwest Farm Press;12/2/2010, Vol. 37 Issue 23, p19
Trade Publication
The article reports on the grand opening of Monsanto Co.'s Texas Cotton Breeding and Technology Center in Lubbock, Texas. It mentions that the opening of the said center is part of the company's goal in cotton industry improvement in the state. Ted Crosbie, Vice President of the firm's Global Plant Breeding, also notes how they aimed to be the main breeding center for cotton in the country.


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