Pulse breeding is seeing the light

By Shannon Beattie
Updated March 31 2020 - 10:10am, first published March 25 2020 - 11:00pm
UWA senior research fellow Janine Croser in front of chickpea plants being grown under a combination of daylight and LED lighting.

THE breeding time for new pulse lines has been cut by two to three years as the result of world changing research being conducted by scientists at The University of Western Australia (UWA).

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