Oct 21, 2022
“‘VT Sweet’: A vegetable soybean cultivar for commercial edamame production in the Mid-Atlantic U.S.” with Dr. Bo Zhang
Edamame, or edible soybean, is a popular snack. However, due to a lack of US specific soybean varieties, domestic production hasn’t been able to keep up with consumer demand. In this episode, Bo discusses her work breeding varieties that are better suited to US growing conditions, all while improving characteristics consumers enjoy.
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