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Aaron Englander receives NESARE Graduate Student Research Award

Aaron Englander, a new M.S. student working with Ellen Mallory on the Local Bread Wheat Project (http://sites.google.com/site/localbreadwheatproject/), was awarded $9,767 for his project “Farm-grown microbial soil inoculants: Effects on bread wheat yield and quality.”  The aim of his project is to evaluate the efficacy of two farm-produced microbial inoculants and one commercially-available inoculant on organic bread wheat yield and quality.  This project will help farmers evaluate whether to use microbial inoculants and whether inoculants can be produced effectively on their farms.

 

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