The President's proposed budget for fiscal year 2016 enhances the renewable agricultural and forestry enterprises that underpin the bioeconomy and support resiliency of rural communities, create jobs, and promote economic well-being.
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Kansas State University and NIFA Co-sponsor Meeting on Agriculture Security
FY 2014 AFRI Plant Breeding Projects
FY 2013 AFRI Plant Breeding Projects
Between 1994 and 2001, there were rapid changes in the technology and structure of U.S. plant breeding. These changes impacted plant breeding research investment.