Nov 11, 2009
This year’s symposium will provide an interesting perspective on a heated issue – agricultural water use. Darren Hudson, professor and Larry Combest Chair for Agricultural Competitiveness and director of the Cotton Economics Research Institute at Texas Tech University, will address the scenario of what would happen to the economy of Texas cities and towns on the High Plains if farmers were no longer allowed to irrigate their crops. Hudson will be joined by a panel of businessmen who will discuss the impact of irrigated crop revenues on their businesses.
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