Peter Randolph Jennings

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Peter Randolph Jennings earned a PhD in plant pathology from Purdue University in 1957. He then joined the Rockefeller Foundation's Mexican Agricultural Program in Chapingo, Mexico for one year before becoming the head rice pathologist at the Foundation's agricultural program in Colombia. Following his work in Colombia, he became a plant breeder at the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines.[1]

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  1. Edmund K. Oasa, The International Rice Research Institute and the Green Revolution: A Case Study on the Politics of Agricultural Research, University of Hawaii, 1981, p. 181.

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