Members of the Clevenger lab planting peanuts on the HudsonAlpha campus. (From L to R: BioTrain intern Katherine San Martin, Project Manager Haley Hale, Jason Bunn, Computational Biologist Walid Korani, PhD, and Faculty Investigator Josh Clevenger, PhD)
BioTrain intern Katherine San Martin and Walid Korani, PhD, setting up an automated drought phenotype assay the lab is developing.
Today we harvested the first seeds grown and tended in our indoor grow rooms where we can breed and grow peanuts year round with no interruption. We are looking forward to this valuable resource accelerating our genetic improvement program for peanut!