National Science Foundation awards grant extension to continue development of high-throughput measurements of plant traits

MANHATTAN — The National Science Foundation has given a big thumbs up to Kansas State University research on determining the most promising plant traits to help increase food production.

The NSF is awarding a creativity supplement for "A Field-Based High-Throughput Phenotyping Platform for Plant Genetics," a project led by Jesse Poland, assistant professor of plant pathology and assistant director of the Wheat Genetics Resource Center at Kansas State University.  Read full article.