256 Canola Agronomy Breeding / Conventional / Spring & Winter

Oral Session
U.S. Canola Association Research Conference

Agronomic research involving conentional breeding methods for both winter and spring canola.

Cosponsor(s):

A09 Professional Practitioners, A10 Bioenergy and Agroindustrial Systems, C01 Crop Breeding & Genetics, C08 Plant Genetic Resources
Wednesday, November 3, 2010: 3:00 PM-5:00 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 201A, Second Floor

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Organizers:
William F. Heer and Dale Thorenson
3:00 PM
Introductory Remarks
3:05 PM
Developing Canola for the Pacific Northwest and Beyond.
Jack Brown, University of Idaho; Jim Davis, University of Idaho; Donna Brown, University of Idaho; Lindy Seip, University of Idaho
3:35 PM
Value Added Nutritional Components of Canola for Improved Quality of Health.
Ernst Cebert, Alabama A&M University; Martha Verghese, Alabama A&M University; Nahid Sistani, Alabama A&M University; Rhona Miller-Cebert, Alabama A&M University; Aretha Clisby, Alabama A&M University
4:00 PM
Canola Adaptation to Irrigated Production In New Mexico.
Michael O'Neill, New Mexico State University; Sangamesh Angadi, New Mexico State University; Robert Flynn, New Mexico State University; Daniel Smeal, New Mexico State University
3:50 PM
Break
4:15 PM
Winter Canola: A Potential Crop for Oilseed and Biodiesel Production In North Alabama.
Udai Bishnoi, Alabama A&M University; Ernst Cebert, Alabama A&M University; Rufina Ward, Alabama A&M University
4:45 PM
High Seed Yield and High Oil Canola Breeding at the North Dakota State University.
Mukhlesur Rahman, North Dakota State University; Phillip McClean, North Dakota State University
5:00 PM
Adjourn