Studies and reports

May 1996
Agri Marketing;May96, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p14
Trade Publication
Presents information on studies and reports that are either available or being conducted in America's agriculture industry. Plans by Hochberg & Company Incorporated to conduct a study on agricultural pesticide packaging trends; Availability of the National Agricultural Biotechnology Council's report entitled `Genes for the Future: Discovery, Ownership, Access'; Contact information.


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