Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics Grants


GrantID : 2583
Grant Funding Amount Low: $900,000
Grant Amount High: $950,000
Deadline : May 18, 2023




Summary


Annual grant program for genome design, innovative breeding methods, data analysis, and knowledge of molecular and biological processes. Breeding crops for the future will require new traits, breeding platforms built for quick transfer of traits to elite cultivars, coordination of breeding efforts in public and private domains, and training for current and future plant breeders and researchers. These grants improve the production efficiency, yield, sustainability, resilience, healthfulness, product quality, and value of U.S. agricultural plants. 




Description


Plant Breeding ResearchThe U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) conducts plant breeding activities both internally and through publicly funded programs. Plant breeding at the USDA encompasses activities that conduct, sponsor, or analyze the human-aided development of new plant varieties or plant populations.CornStrawberryWheatNational Plant Germplasm SystemUSDA Plant Breeding ProgramsAgricultural Research ServiceForest ServiceNational Institute of Food and AgricultureNatural Resources Conservat . . .



Interests


  • Agriculture & Farming
  • Climate Change
  • Education
  • Higher Education
  • Research & Evaluation
  • Science, Technology Research & Development

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Eligible Requirements


  • Private institutions of higher education
  • Public and State controlled institutions of higher education



Eligible Regions


  • Alabama (USA)
  • Alaska (USA)
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  • Arkansas (USA)
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  • Nevada (USA)
  • New Hampshire (USA)
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  • Washington, DC (USA)
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