$20M federal grant for U research on climate change, Midwest corn growing

Associated Press: Scientists at the University of Minnesota and other schools will studying how to keep Midwest corn-based cropping systems resilient amid climate uncertainties. The work is funded by a $20 million grant announced Friday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forty-two scientists from 10 universities and two USDA institutions in eight north-central states, including Minnesota, will collect and analyze data over the next five years. Among them will be soil science professor Jeff Strock, who......

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