Texas AgriLife Research and Bayer CropScience Join Forces to Advance Wheat Research

June 2012
Farmer-Stockman;Jun2012, Vol. 102 Issue 6, following p24
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The article reports that Texas AgriLife Research and Bayer CropScience Ltd. signed a partnership in February 2012, would allow the two organizations to collaborate on important wheat breeding projects. It mentions that the agreement will allow a concentrated effort to be made towards drought tolerance for wheat producers utilizing biotechnology in Texas.


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