University of Minnesota launches ag partnership with Brazil

Labex-Flex-UMN partnership will work to address agricultural problems using data.

The University of Minnesota (UMN) and Brazil are joining forces to tackle problems of viable productivity growth in agriculture in a sustainable manner.

The Labex-Flex-UMN partnership allows Brazil and Minnesota to work together to address many shared agricultural problems between them, such as pests, disease, soil management, climate and other weather risk challenges.

Phil Pardey, applied economics professor in the UMN College of Food, Agricultural & Natural Resource Scie

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