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UTILIZING PHYSIOLOGICAL AGROECOLOGY TO INCREASE STRESS RESILIENCE IN FLORIDA CROPPING SYSTEMS.

Investigators
Rowland, Di, L.
Institutions
University of Florida
Start date
2021
End date
2026
Objective
Identify, describe, and quantify crop root system architectures that are associated with resilience to environmental stress including water and nutrient stress.Quantify the crop responses to water deficit stress on crop physiological mechanisms and determine the link to impacts on seed quality, nutritional characteristics, and mycotoxin production.Evaluate the variability in response to primed acclimation among peanut breeding lines in the University of Florida program.
Funding Source
Nat'l. Inst. of Food and Agriculture
Project source
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Project number
FLA-AGR-006065
Accession number
1025698
Categories
Mycotoxins
Natural Toxins
Bacterial Pathogens
Commodities
Nuts, Seeds