In November 2016, the BPAT team of assessors, traveled to ICRISAT in India, to review 5 major breeding programs :- sorghum, pearlmillet, pigeonpea, groundnut and chickpea. ICRISAT breeding programs BPAT assessors at ICRISAT India ICRISAT ground nut breeding program BPAT
Dr David Jordan and Dr Emma Mace (QAAFI) interviewed by Channel 7 (Toowoomba, QLD, Australia) A Warwick research facility is wrapping up a project, funded by Bill Gates, to develop drought-resistant sorghum for use in Ethiopia. (SOURCE: 7 News Toowoomba
In November 2016, the BPAT team of assessors, traveled to ICRISAT in India, to review 5 major breeding programs :- sorghum, pearlmillet, pigeonpea, groundnut and chickpea. The results from these successful reviews were used in a workshop held for ICRISAT
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