How to Breed for Organic Production Systems Webinar

Organic Agriculture June 27, 2012 Print Friendly and PDF

This webinar was recorded on Tuesday, October 18, 2011

About the Webinar

During this webinar, Dr. Jim Myers, Oregon State University, will discuss how to breed for organic production systems and provide examples from his breeding program.

About the Presenter

Dr. Jim Myers holds the Baggett-Frazier Endowed Chair of Vegetable Breeding and Genetics in the Department of Horticulture at Oregon State University. He works on a number of crops including dry and snap bean, edible podded pea, broccoli, tomato, winter and summer squash, and sweet corn. His main interest has been to improve vegetable varieties for disease resistance and human nutrition while maintaining quality and productivity in improved varieties. Dr. Myers is also breeding tomatoes, broccoli, and summer squash for organic systems. His latest variety release is the high anthocyanin tomato 'Indigo Rose'.

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