University of Sydney Institute of Agriculture
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|Director||Professor Alex McBratney|
|Affiliations||University of Sydney|
The University of Sydney Institute of Agriculture is a constituent body of the University of Sydney, Australia. Agriculture was first taught at the University by Australia's first Professor of Agriculture, Robert Dickie Watt, in 1910. Today,[when?] the faculty has over 100 staff involved in teaching and research.
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