200506 Corn Research 119

Brandi Simon, Assistant Professor of practice in Plant Pathology, James Schnable, Assistant Professor of Agronomy and Horticulture, discuss the planting with Josh Reznicek before the start of planting. James Schnable corn research group plants at agronomy fields at 84th and Havelock in northeast Lincoln. Schnable’s lab studies grain DNA to find the best varieties for breeding and genetic modification to help with traits including yields and drought resistance. The 2.5-acre plot was being planted with 752 genotypes in 1680 precisely randomized plots. To plant those plots along with a check genotype, the researchers used 1860 packets of seeds manually poured into a hopper every 7 seconds while sitting atop a custom research planter. May 6, 2020. Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication.
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Brandi Simon, Assistant Professor of practice in Plant Pathology, James Schnable, Assistant Professor of Agronomy and Horticulture, discuss the planting with Josh Reznicek before the start of planting. James Schnable corn research group plants at agronomy fields at 84th and Havelock in northeast Lincoln. Schnable’s lab studies grain DNA to find the best varieties for breeding and genetic modification to help with traits including yields and drought resistance. The 2.5-acre plot was being planted with 752 genotypes in 1680 precisely randomized plots. To plant those plots along with a check genotype, the researchers used 1860 packets of seeds manually poured into a hopper every 7 seconds while sitting atop a custom research planter. May 6, 2020. Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication.