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Farmers invited to attend Kansas Wheat Day

Kansas Wheat Day will be held on May 30, at the K-State Agricultural Research Center in Hays.
Farmers are invited to learn about upcoming research and view wheat plots during the event.
Following opening remarks by WKARC Department Head Bob Gillen, Dr. Jesse Poland, from K-State’s Plant Pathology Department will present a demonstration on High Throughput Phenotypes. Poland is an early career scientist focused on wheat genetics with expertise in high-throughput sequence-based genotyping, quantitative genetics and genomic selection. One of the greatest challenges of plant science and crop improvement in the 21st century is predicting how a plant’s ...

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