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May 2020 PBC Newsletter

May 18, 2020

Our May 2020 Newsletter features graduate student Stefan Petrasch, and the 6 new UC Davis varieties of organic beans being released. Read the newsletter here: https://bit.ly/pbcmay2020 

How to Care for Your Strawberry Plant

May 01, 2020
Here are some tips on how to take care of your strawberry plant. For a PDF of this information, click here!
  Plant Features:

+ Picnic Day Strawberries is tolerant to strawberry viruses encountered in California.
+ Picnic Day Strawberries will produce vegetative shoots called “runners,” which will stretch away from the mother plant and, in the right conditions, root and produce a clone plant.

March 2020 PBC Newsletter

March 12, 2020

In our March newsletter, we learn about Julien Linares' graduate program and research. Be sure to register for the UC Davis Plant Science Symposium on May 6th, part of the Corteva Agriscience Symposia series! 

Read the newsletter here: bit.ly/pbcmarchnews

October 2019 PB Newsletter

November 19, 2019

This month we hear from Laura Roser about her time as an undergraduate student, and her experience as a new staff member with the SCOPE project. Registration for the Annual Retreat is open. Deadline to register is Friday, November 29th. In UC Davis plant breeding news, new dry bean varieties will be coming soon!

Read the newsletter here!

PBC September Newsletter

October 04, 2019

The PBC September 2019 Newsletter is here: http://bit.ly/PBCSep2019

We hear from Ph.D. student Juliya Abbasi, and invite you to attend the Student Farm Fall Welcome on October 1!

May 2019 Newsletter

May 02, 2019

In the May Newsletter, we learn about graduate student Samantha Hilborn's research. The PBC and Seed Central will visit HM.Clause on May 3rd, and we will have a table at the California Honey Festival on May 4th! Read the newsletter here: bit.ly/2GPgwOU

How to Care for Your Picnic Day Strawberry Plant

April 12, 2019
Here are some tips on how to take care of your strawberry plant. For a PDF of this information, click here!
  Plant Features:

+ Picnic Day Strawberries is tolerant to strawberry viruses encountered in California.
+ Picnic Day Strawberries will produce vegetative shoots called “runners,” which will stretch away from the mother plant and, in the right conditions, root and produce a clone plant.

February 2019 PBC Newsletter

February 28, 2019

The PBC February Newsletter features graduate student Gina Sideli and her work on walnuts. On March 11th we will welcome Bob Quinn and Liz Carlisle to campus to promote their new book Grain by Grain! Find more details in the newsletter here: http://bit.ly/2SyuQiz

PBC January 2019 Newsletter

January 29, 2019

 

The PBC newsletter features graduate student Yufei Qian; a plant science special seminar by Seed-X CEO Sarel Ashkenazi on January 30th; and a graduate student video on active learning with the SCOPE project: http://bit.ly/2sUxxAM

PBC October 2018 Newsletter

October 31, 2018

In the PBC October Newsletter we hear from graduate student Amanjot Kaur; the Cucurbitaceae 2018 Conference is around the corner, and registration for the Plant Breeding Annual Retreat (hosted by UC Davis) is now open!

 

Read the newsletter here!