Online course offered by the Dept. of Agronomy & Horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Lincoln, NE, United States
Online graduate-level course offered for noncredit professional development. Course covers common breeding methods used to improve self-pollinated crops, such as wheat, rice and barley, and theoretical basis for self-pollinated crop breeding.
Vineland Research and Innovation Centre - Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Will examine the latest developments in genomics; insights into the processes and pathways that control plant development, metabolism, or interactions with the environment and other organisms; and new opportunities for biotechnology and biofuels.
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.
Corner of Wilson Rd. and Bogue St. - East Lansing, Michigan, United States
Representatives from major breeding companies, including Ball Horticulture, Benary, Danziger, Dummen, Floranova, Paul Ecke Ranch, Plug Connection, Proven Winners, Sakata, and Takii, will present highlights of some new introductions and proven performers.
Harvesting Bio-("Biological and Biochemical") Diversity - The Regulatory World of RNA - Vegetative Development: Dynamism and Plasticity - Organelle responses and adaptations to environmental and developmental signals - Plant Carbon Cycling - ASPB President's Symposium: ...
Rice Research and Extension Center, 2900 Hwy 130 East - Stuttgart, AR, United States
New varieties/ U of A Hybrid Rice Development/Rice Diseases; Clearfield Rice crop rotations, Rice weed control on levees, and pigweed control in soybeans; Soybean Varieties/Soybean Diseases/ Rice and Soybean Insect Management; more