New Texas A&M Center to Protect Coffee Industry
Coffee producers are having a hard time meeting the massive global demand for their product due to disease and narrow genetic diversity. The problem is exacerbated by the fact that coffee plants haven’t benefited from advanced scientific study in recent years.
Texas A&M AgriLife Research aims to take on these challenges at their new Center for Coffee Research and Education. The Center will focus its initial efforts on quick projects where they can rapidly deliver solutions to producers.
Read more about the research at the Center for Coffee Research website.