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.


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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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
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