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PhD studies

PGRO has charitable objectives around both research and education. Part of the education policy includes co-sponsoring a programme of PhDs as and when funds are available. Proposed projects must be deemed sufficiently relevant and complimentary to the overall R&D strategy of the PGRO.

Priority is given to projects that address key issues affecting pules and vegetable legume growers and are presented with an applied as opposed to fundamental science bias.

The following list outlines the series of sponsored studies to date in reverse chronological order:

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