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New laboratory set for grape genetics research in Geneva (access required)

The federal Agricultural Research Services’ Grape Genetics Research Unit will be getting an updated laboratory, after receiving nearly $69 million in federal funding announced by Sen. Charles Schumer Tuesday. The unit is located at Geneva’s Cornell AgriTech, a Cornell University agricultural research unit that also houses some federal and state initiatives. “The grape industry plays a fundamental ...
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