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Farmers Needed for Corn Genetic Diversity Interviews
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 02/06/2019
A graduate student with the University of Wisconsin-Madison is looking for corn growers in the midwest who are interested in being interviewed for a research project on genetic diversity of U.S. corn.
Cathleen McCluskey is looking to talk with growers in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa to better understand how they perceive and manage genetic diversity on their farms.
The interview will last between one to two hours. Growers will receive a $100 stipend in exchange for their time.
Interested participants can contact McCluskey via email at: email@example.com before February 17.
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