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Originally published by University Communication, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). Reprinted with permission. Throughout 2021, the U.S. Wheat...MORE DETAILS
Many for-profit companies, such as AgriPro and WestBred, are doing excellent wheat variety development work and often collaborate with public breeding programs.MORE DETAILS
There are many for-profit companies doing excellent wheat variety development work and often in collaboration with public breeding programs.MORE DETAILS
Today, wheat breeding has become far more efficient and precise. Scientists now have a deep understanding of DNA and how individual genes control specific traits...MORE DETAILS
In this post, Wheat Letter looks at public university wheat breeding programs in Ohio and Maryland, with references to programs in other U.S. states growing soft...MORE DETAILS