International scientists spend time in AgCenter labs, says LSU
For the past three years, LSU has been trying to increase the interaction in their AgCenter on an international level. Scientists from eleven countries have taken advantage of the LSU AgCenter primarily to increase food security and economic growth. “We are looking for ways to develop other products from rice. In my country, we do rice processing, drying and milling, but it’s a totally different environment,” said Usman Ahmad, an agricultural engineer from Bogor Agricultural University in Indonesia.