A nearly $5 million state investment in agricultural productivity at the University of Minnesota will be used this year to hire scientists and improve infrastructure across seven areas of collaboration spanning three colleges and research and outreach and extension sites across Minnesota.
The plan, announced Aug. 2, covers the first years of a multiyear investment known as the Agricultural Research, Education, Extension & Technology Transfer (AGREETT) Program. The state legisla
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