Texas Tribune reports ,Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller announced Friday he is working with GOP presidential scribed the effort, likely to be presented this week, as a “coalition” of the nominee Donald Trump’s campaign to help lead an agriculture team. Miller said he will serve as a national co-chair, saying he believes “ Donald Trump will be great for agriculture.” At the recent Forbes AgTech Summit The message to high tech entrepreneurs at was simple: move faster. Julie Borlaug, associate director for external relations with the Texas A&M Norman Borlaug Institute, challenged the audience of inventors, growers, venture capitalists and others from the agriculture sector to more quickly “push the boundaries of innovation.” Citing the misinformation on GMO’s the granddaughter of the late Nobel Laureate Norman Borlaug said that “You cannot be anti-hunger and anti-innovation at the same time,” “If you are going to be anti-innovation you better have a solution for us.”