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Cultivariable Participatory Plant Breeding Projects for 2020

 
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If you are in the USA, have some space and time this year, and would be interested in helping to select some of the best progeny as part of a plant breeding project, please have a look:
https://www.cultivariable.com/cultivariable-participatory-plant-breeding-projects/

I still have seeds available for all projects, although a few are running low.
 
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Amazing project William. This is not the year I will be able to participate but now that its on my radar I will certainly try to be ready for 2021
 
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Just a quick heads up to folks reading this.  William has a great podcast on his site as well.  Thank you for everything you're doing William!
 
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