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Wild Rice, Weedy Rice and Cultivated Rice: Using the Genetic Diversity of Rice for Sustainable Crop Production and Food Security

01/24/2013, 7:00 PM

Student Union Auditorium




The RiziCulture Rice Research Program at Arkansas State University presents the following lecture:

Wild Rice, Weedy Rice and Cultivated Rice: Using the Genetic Diversity of Rice for Sustainable Crop Production and Food Security
by Dr. Anna McClung


Dr. McClung is the Research Leader at the USDA Dale Bumpers National Rice Research Center in Stuttgart AR. She has developed 15 rice cultivars and 9 germplasm lines.

For additional information contact Erik Gilbert: egilbert@astate.edu or 926-7167.

Sponsored by the Colleges of Humanities and Social Sciences, Science and Mathematics, Nursing and Health Professions, Agriculture and Technology, Education, Communication, and Fine Arts. Additional support from the Riceland Foods Foundation.