Plant Breeding towards Agricultural Sustainability
Special Issue in Theoretical and Applied Genetics | H Buerstmayr, M F Dreccer, D Miladinović, L Qiu, I Rajcan, J Reif, R K. Varshney & J Vollmann (editors): Plant breeding for increased sustainability: challenges, opportunities and progress.
Erasmus Mundus European Master in Plant Breeding
Study plant breeding in an international environment.
CROPDIVA wants underused crops back on the fields
Enhancing European agrobiodiversity: Putting six underused arable crops back in the fields: oats, hulless barley for human consumption, triticale, buckwheat, faba beans and lupins.
Goat grass - a wheat ancestor with high potential
Wheat is the most widely grown food crop globally. Wheat needs continuous breeding and adaptation particularly in times of global change. A new publication in NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY with BOKU contributions reports about deep genetic and genomic analysis of wheat's ancestor goat grass (Aegilops tauschii) which leads to new insights and new opportunities for wheat improvement.