Oct 21, 2009
MSU Joins RosBREED Project to Create Better Tasting Fruits

For Amy Iezzoni, quality fruit doesn’t start at the grocery store; it starts in a laboratory.

Iezzoni, a horticulture professor, will be part of the four-year, $14.4 million grant research project called RosBREED. The project will allow researchers to match favorable traits in strawberries, cherries, peaches and apples to improve the fruits’ quality and create new breeds. The State News

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