This presentation summarizes a large project that involves the turfgrass breeding programs at North Carolina State University, Oklahoma State University, Texas A&M University, University of California-Riverside, University of Florida and University of Georgia and involves the development and adoption of turfgrass cultivars with improved drought and salinity tolerance.
This video is an overview of the turfgrass breeding program at the University of Georgia, one of the six universities involved in this grant.
This presentation by Rob Austin summarizes the project’s objectives on the use of drones and sensors to more efficiently evaluate breeding lines as part of our Specialty Crops project.
Dr. Beatriz Gouveia explains analysis of breeding line evaluations for a Specialty Crop Research Initiative project carried out by the turfgrass breeding programs at Oklahoma State University, Texas A&M AgriLife, University of Georgia, University of Florida and North Carolina State University.