GREELEY, Colo. — One of the top priorities of the Colorado Corn Administrative Committee (CCAC) has long been assisting local farmers in their quest to produce more food, feed, fuel and fiber with less resources and through more economically and agronomically sustainable production methods.
And that tradition continued in 2017, as the CCAC’s Research Action Team earlier this year committed another $130,100 to various projects focusing on drought-tolerance, crop disease mitigation, hybrid development, crop residue management, and other aspects of sustainability in agriculture.
These investments come in addition to the $650,000-plus that the CCAC invested in research endeavors from 2011-2016.
Learn more about the CCAC’s research investments here.
— Colorado Corn Administrative Committee
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