Purdue University researchers are making
exciting discoveries to support Indiana’s communities and agricultural
industries through a competitive internal grant program called AgSEED.
short for Agricultural Science and Extension for Economic Development, was
established through Crossroads funding from the Indiana Legislature to foster
the state’s leadership in plant and animal agriculture and rural growth.
Nineteen projects were funded in 2014, focused
- Building a sustainable and secure food production system.
- Using molecular approaches to expand the frontiers of agriculture
and life sciences.
- Developing a robust bioeconomy to feed and power the world.
- Enhancing food and health.
- Strengthening ecological and environmental integrity in
- Facilitating informed decision making to improve the economic wellbeing of people, their families, and Indiana's communities.