New Agritife Research germplasm, irrigation management make a difference in corn production

Ledbetter, Kay
October 2011
Southwest Farm Press;10/20/2011, Vol. 38 Issue 20, p19
Trade Publication
The article focuses on studies conducted by Texas AgriLife Research which reveal that irrigation management and germplasm could allow corn breeders to grow corn on limited water.


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