National Association of Wheat Growers Director of Government Affairs for Environmental Policy Mark Gaede emphasized the importance of wheat biotechnology at an agriculture and adaptation workshop held last Friday.


National Association of Wheat Growers Director of Government Affairs for Environmental Policy Mark Gaede emphasized the importance of wheat biotechnology at an agriculture and adaptation workshop held last Friday. The event was sponsored by USDA, the Bipartisan Policy Center and Farmers Feeding the World. Gaede spoke on a panel focusing on farming and food security in the face of increasing production challenges. He emphasized the wheat industry’s support for biotechnology to help wheat farmers continue to increase yields while using fewer resources and facing unpredictable weather events.