Morocco is sending an agricultural research mission to the USA
Morocco is sending an agricultural research mission to the University of Purdue in the state of India in the United States, according to the Moroccan newspaper, Aujourd'hui le Maroc. The research mission will consist of three Moroccan female researchers and will start at the end of January. They will be based at the "Norman E. Borlaug International Science and Technology Program."
The three researchers are from Rabat, Kénitra and Fez and work at the Algerian ministry of agriculture in field of vegetable production.
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