Corn Growers Ask for $50M to Support USAid s Genomics Efforts | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 28 - The National Corn Growers Association was scheduled to appear before a House subcommittee on Wednesday to request an extra $50 million for the US Agency for International Development's fiscal year 2002 budget that would be dedicated to plant genomics and biotechnology.

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