Texas A&M providing agricultural training to Iraqis visiting Texas as part of USDA-funded project

Texas A&M providing agricultural training to Iraqis visiting Texas as part of USDA-funded project

KBTX

Paul Schattenberg

A U.S. Department of Agriculture-funded project being led by Texas A&M University has brought Iraqi agricultural personnel to Texas for training and to introduce them to new technologies and methods that may be applied in Iraq.

The 13 Iraqis – 10 from Iraq’s Ministry of Agriculture, two from the University of Baghdad and one from the University of Babil – are receiving agricultural instruction at Texas AgriLife facilities throughout the Lone Star State as part of the Iraq Agricultural Extension Revitalization project.

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