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Wild Wheat as a Source for Enhancing Drought Adaptation in Wheat Virtual Seminar

Hosted by Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute

Date: Time: 11:00 am–12:00 pm
Virtually Via Zoom
Contact: Rachael Herpel, rherpel@nebraska.edu
Harkamal Walia, University of Nebraska–Lincoln associate professor of agronomy and horticulture, DWFI Faculty Fellow, and Heuermann Chair of Agronomy and DWFI will present a special seminar to discuss recent studies surrounding wild wheat to enhance drought adaptation. Drought is a major limiting factor for wheat production. Wild wheat germplasm can serve as a valuable genetic resource for improving wheat drought adaptation.

Join on Zoom: https://unl.zoom.us/j/99611399904?pwd=cEliblJjYnNjSURMeGNTeHBVS0YrQT09

Meeting ID: 996 1139 9904
Password: 968346

Any questions or comments may be sent to Rachael Herpel, assistant director, at rherpel@nebraska.edu. The zoom link will be live at the time of the seminar.
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