UC Davis researchers work on drought-tolerant beans

Issue Date: November 23, 2016
By Bob Johnson

One way to learn how to breed dry beans that can produce under drought conditions is to plant hundreds of varied crosses, deprive them of adequate water, see which fare the best, and then search for the genetic basis of this ability to produce a crop with less water.

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