Advanta, Texas A&M partner on new research facility

Biotech research station will focus on breeding sorghum and corn as well as sunflower, canola, wheat and rice.

Advanta Seeds, a world leader in sorghum (grain and forage) that has leading positions in many geographies in corn, sunflower, canola, rice and vegetables, is partnering with Texas A&M AgriLife Research for seed technology research and development.

The establishment of a new Advanta Seeds biotech research station will enhance the areas of mutual benefit between these two organizations. These include the breeding of sorghum, tropical and subtropical corn, tomatoes and hot pepper

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