William G. Golden, Jr.

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William G. Golden, Jr. was a communicator and the first rice production specialist at the International Rice Research Institute from 1964 to 74.[1] Prior to work at IRRI, Golden was a rice specialist in the agricultural extension service at University of California-Davis. He had a sabbatical in 1964 and he wrote to IRRI to ask to spend one year there, but did not return after one year.[2]

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  1. Pioneer Interviews conducted by Gene Hettel," Accessed December 4, 2011.
  2. Robert Flint Chandler, An adventure in applied science: A history of the International Rice Research Institute, 1992, p. 77-78.

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