Wheat Industry to Congress: Don't cut research funding

February 2011
Southwest Farm Press;2/17/2011, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports that wheat growers, researchers and millers went to Washington to urge Congress members and U.S. President Barack Obama administration to protect federal investments in wheat research. Representatives from the wheat industry explain to lawmakers that investing in agricultural research is vital to an abundant and affordable wheat supply. It notes that funding for wheat research is under threat because of attempts in cutting government expenditures and debt.


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