St. Louis botanists' travels to Central Asia could reap benefits for U.S. fruit crops

Note from World Trade Center

Agriculture Technology in St. Louis is cited as a successful model and national case study in a new report from the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program.  

"For nearly two decades, [St. Louis] has patiently and collaboratively made strategic investments in the capital, facilities, and skills that its agriculture technology cluster needs. These investments have made St. Louis a better place to start and grow an ag-tech firm, put the region on the radar of global firms and talent, and positioned it as a leader in solving the global challenge of creating more sustainable food sources" said co-author Ryan Donahue.

Recent months have witnessed a strong debate on international trade policy, not just in the U.S., but across much of the world.

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