Plant Breeding at NC State University

The plant breeding program at North Carolina State University is one of the largest in the U.S. The program is interdepartmental, and involves a full range of research programs, courses, and crops. Plant breeders at NC State are based in different colleges (Natural Resources, and Agriculture and Life Sciences), and departments (including Crop Science, Forestry, Genetics, and Horticultural Science).

Below are faculty who are working in plant breeding, courses in plant breeding, crops that are covered, facilities available for research, and plant breeding seminar schedules.


Overview (from brochure)

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Colleges / Departments

Faculty and students

Images from breeding programs

Related Groups / Jobs and Employment

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this page created by Todd C. Wehner on 6-1-97 and last revised on 12-10-01