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Department of Plant Breeding


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SLU Plant Protein Hub

For more info, please see Swedish version

Seminar Breeding Network

Integrating plant and animal breeding to harvest the synergies Welcome to a workshop with John Hickey. John will give a 30 min presentation on Integrating plant and animal breeding to harvest the

Methods in Modern Plant Breeding: Genome editing

SLU Grogrunds workshopserie – Methods in Modern Plant Breeding - Genome Editing Digital workshop in English about Genome editing, led by Per Hofvander, Department of Plant Breeding. Application at

Methods in Modern Plant Breeding: Genomic selection

SLU Grogrunds workshopserie – Methods in Modern Plant Breeding - Genomic Selection Digital workshop in English about Genomic selection, led by Aakash Chawade, Department of Plant Breeding.

Methods in Modern plant Breeding: Association mapping

SLU Grogrunds workshopserie: Methods in Modern Plant Breeding - Association Mapping   Digital workshop in English about Association mapping, led by Larisa Gustavsson, Department of Plant Breeding.

SLU Grogrund workshopserie

SLU Grogrund promotes research education and competence development for professionals in the workshop series Methods in Modern Plant Breeding. During autumn 2021 there will be three workshops in

SLU researchers' methods for measuring food waste are highlighted at the UN summit

On 23 September, the UN Food Systems Summit meeting was held, aiming to highlight and advance the urgent need of global transformation of the food systems. One of Sweden's official contributions to

Unify breeding at SLU

Unify breeding at SLU A one day kick-off workshop for everyone working with breeding at SLU. The aim is to strengthen the internal network as well as to get some inspiring input from three external

Research education

Research education at our department includes doctoral education (4 years) and licentiate education (2 years). Our research education is funded mainly by governmental and private research foundations

Swedish apples all year round, is it possible?

Today, only a third of the apples sold in Sweden are grown in Sweden. Therefore, Joakim Sjöstrand is researching how the storage time for apples can be increased. This can hopefully enable us to eat

Basic Education

Our department teach within the programs for Horticultural Science, Horticultural Management, Landscape Engineering, and Agricultural and Rural Management. We teach in subjects including genetic

Research

Crop production in agriculture and horticulture will continue to require maximal yields with appropriate product qualities in combination with decreased environmental impact and energy input. To meet

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