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NAPB Panel Discussion: Future Challenges and Prospects in Plant Breeding ft. NAPB Leadership

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Join leaders within the NAPB organization for a discussion about future challenges and prospects in plant breeding. Panelists will answer FAQs, share their personal perspectives and answer questions from participants.

Speaker Bios

Dr. Wayne Smith: President of NAPB, Professor (cotton breeding) and Associate Department Head at Texas A&M University

Dr. Todd Campbell:  Vice President of NAPB, Research Geneticist (cotton breeding) with the USDA-Agricultural Research Service

Dr. Klaus Koehler: Past President of NAPB (2016-17), North American Corn Breeding Operations and Logistics Lead at DowDupont















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