[NAFEX] Nuts in Georgia
lucky.pittman at murraystate.edu
Fri Aug 8 10:46:20 EDT 2008
The folks at Auburn University(my alma mater) have done some work
with chestnuts - several that they've released to the public are
selections that have been made for chestnut gall wasp
resistance. They also have a fairly extensive pecan program - Bill
Goff heads that one - and have done quite a bit of breeding in the
fruit area, with a number of plums coming out of Joe Norton's AU
Folks at U of TN-Knoxville - Scott Schlarbaum, in particular - have
had some ongoing work with both American chestnut and
butternut. Here's his webpage:
At 06:51 PM 8/7/2008, you wrote:
>Dear Georgia readers.
>I'm looking at a meeting site suitable to nut growers as well as
>fruit. Are there universities with nut research beside pecan?
>Looking for a central south location.
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