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Collaborations

The Crop Genetics and Breeding Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AWARDS MANAGEMENT BRANCH NIFA, Washington, DC
  • Harnessing Genetic and Genomic Resources for Peanut Germplasm Enhancement and Cultivar Development
  • BLUE BIOFUELS, INC., PALM BEACH GARDENS
  • Optimum Production Methods for Production of Pennisetum Hybrids for Ethanol Production
  • GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, ATLANTA, GA
  • Pyramiding Corn Resistance to Aspergillus flavus, Aflatoxin Contamination, and Ear-feeding Insects through Selection, Breeding and Biotechnology
  • GEORGIA PEANUT COMMISSION, TIFTON, GA
  • Development and Evaluation of Cultivars with Improved Disease Resistances to Increase On-Farm Profitability
  • Development and Evaluation of Cultivars with Improved Disease Resistances to Increase On-Farm Profitability
  • KEN AND BRIAN PONDER FARMS, OMEGA, GA
  • Genetic Improvement and Cropping Systems of Warm-season Grasses for Forage, Feedstocks, Syrup, and Turf
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC
  • Lupin, Cereal Rye, and Carinata Winter Cover Crops for Biomass in the Southern Coastal Plain
  • NUSEED AMERICA INC., West Sacramento
  • Testing of Brassica Carinata Genetics as a Low Carbon Biofuel Feedstock
  • THE PEANUT FOUNDATION, ALEXANDRIA, VA
  • Precision Breeding Using Molecular Genetic Tools to Develop Disease Resistant Peanut Cultivars
  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FL
  • Southeast Partnership for Advanced Renewables from Carinata-SPARC
  • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS, GA
  • Harnessing Genetic and Genomic Resources for Peanut Germplasm Enhancement and Cultivar Development
  • Genome-Wide Association Study for the Identification of Loci Associated with Desirable Centipedegrass Traits
  • Developing Germplasm and Genetic Markers to Breed for Reduced Aflatoxin Contamination in Peanut
  • The Next-Generation of Aflatoxin Control: The Biotechnology and Gemomics Revolution
  • Developing Integrated Ecological Tactics for Managing Sugarcane Aphid Outbreak