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July 24, 2014

Register now for the 2014 Program Management for Plant Breeders course in Davis, California

RAGT Weizenzüchtung in Silstedt

Organic Farming Research Foundation grant supports research on “organic-ready” GMO-resistant corn

Renewing the global commitment to crop breeding (Devex)

July 23, 2014

CIAT and CIMMYT complete genetic analysis and plant breeding course in Colombia

A global strategy for ICARDA's wheat program

July 22, 2014

North Dakota State University plant sciences research team creates documentary on plant breeding (Farm & Ranch Guide)

‘One Agriculture-One Science’:  a new partnership to revitalize global agricultural education

July 21, 2014

Genetischer Bauplan des Brotweizengenoms entschlüsselt - Engagement der deutschen Bundesregierung weiterhin notwendig

July 17, 2014

Mississippi State University hires international rice breeder at Stoneville

Deutscher Bundesminister Christian Schmidt besucht Saatzuchtbetrieb: „Forschung ist für Innovationen in der Pflanzenzüchtung unerlässlich“

July 8, 2014

First products of DNA marker-assisted selection in sorghum released for cultivation by farmers in sub-saharan Africa (Journal of Plant Science & Molecular Breeding)

July 4, 2014

Interview with Dr Diana Rigola and Dr Jeroen Stuurman, Keygene NV - Accelerating the breeding of new plant varieties

KeyGene and the green gene revolution

June 26, 2014

Western Grains Research Foundation to co-fund sunflower variety development

June 25, 2014

Canadian Government invests to create new seed varieties for the sunflower sector

Idaho Wheat Commission and University of Idaho renew research agreement, set new direction for wheat breeding

Texas A&M Plant Breeding Bulletin, June 2014

June 24, 2014

New crop breeding technologies discussed

Michigan State University professor James D. Kelly receives Legume Innovation Lab’s Meritorious Achievement Award

United Kingdom - New crop research could open the door to better performing feed barley (Feed Navigator)

Research at Queensland University of Technology on improving competitive advantages for Queensland's mungbean and chickpea growers is gaining ground (Queensland Country Life)

June 22, 2014

Danish wheat breeder brings disease resistance to the United Kingdom (Farmers Weekly)

June 20, 2014

ARC Research Hub for Genetic Diversity and Molecular Breeding for Wheat in a Hot and Dry Climate

June 19, 2014

Texas A&M Plant Breeding Bulletin, May 2014

June 18, 2014

Biologist works to make rice drought tolerant

2014 World Food Prize honors critical breakthroughs in wheat - Dr. Sanjaya Rajaram of India and Mexico worked hand-in-hand with Nobel Laureate Dr. Norman Borlaug, and bred an
impressive 480 varieties of wheat to provide nutritious grains resistant to rust disease and adaptable in a vast array of climates to feed more people

June 17, 2014

Deutschland - Experten diskutieren Wert von Pflanzenzüchtung - Starker Sortenschutz, neutrales Sortenprüfwesen und mehr Forschung entscheidend für die Zukunft der Pflanzenzüchtung in Deutschland

June 16, 2014

USA - German bioscience giant KWS Saat AG moving its North American research facility to the Bio-Research & Development Growth Park in St. Louis County, Missouri, bringing 75 jobs (St. Louis Business Journal)

KeyGene celebrates its 25th anniversary with festive jubilee year - From startup company to global player

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