Will address the goals of the series and why growers should engage in social media. Presenters will define the objectives and review “return on investment” of engaging in social media and how it fits within the context of agriculture.
Plant breeding research nowadays deals with a lot of data, resulting from phenotyping in field and greenhouse trials but also from high-throughput analysis of molecular markers, RNA transcripts (microarrays & RNA seq), proteins, metabolites and whole genome (re)sequenci...
Hellidon Lakes, Hellidon - Daventry, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
The latest information on disease control, growing threats from insecticide resistance, new approaches to Soil Mineral Nitrogen, controlling Alternaria in potatoes, carbon accounting and the implications for agronomy.
Designed for new employees in the seed industry, the course teaches what everyone must know about the main functional areas of a seed company in order to perform optimally in the team as quickly as possible and avoid mistakes.
Online 10:00 AM Central - Brookings, SD, United States
Review of four corn warm germination methods illustrating normal and abnormal seedling appearances - Cold vigor test methods (tray and saturated) and the stresses imposed by each test and their relationship to field performance - The silent killer - field population
Online course offered by the Dept. of Agronomy & Horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Lincoln, Nebraska, United States
Online graduate-level course offered for noncredit professional development. Course covers standard breeding methods and theories associated with population movement of cross-pollinated crops and self-pollinated crops that are forced to cross-pollinate.
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