Trained professionals in the area of agronomy needed to help close the food security gap

November 2014
High Plains Journal;11/3/2014, Vol. 132 Issue 45, p12B
The article reports that the American Society of Agronomy has created a new opportunity for their Golden Opportunity Scholars who wants to work after graduation and have interest in the Certified Crop Advisor certification.


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