Seed Corn Production: Traditional, Non-Traditional and Hybrid Varieties
A Midwest Homecoming Conference Session
Consider seed corn production as a value added and socially meaningful enterprise that expands markets for organically grown seed and food corn. With a focus on saving and breeding traditional varieties, management.
- Carl Barnes, CORNS, Turpin, OK
- Dave Christensen, Seed We Need, Big Timber, Mont.
- Marcelo Carena, North Dakota State University
- Walter Goldstein, Michael Fields Agricultural Institute
- Maury Johnson, Blue River Hybrids, Kelley, Iowa
- Margaret Smith, Cornell University
This session was part of the national SARE conference A Midwest Homecoming, held August 15-17, 2006 in Oconomowoc, Wisc.
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