Principal Investigators
Dr. Mike Blanco
Dr. Arnel R.Hallauer
Dr.Kendall R. Lamkey
Dr. Michael Lee

Dr. Linda Pollak
Dr. M. Paul Scott
Mr. Kenneth Ziegler

Corn Related Links
NCR167
Germplasm
Licensing ISU Germplasm
Single Cross Reports
The Maize Page
King Corn

Wisconsin Silage Breeding
Iowa State Corn Yield Test
Germplasm Enhancement of Maize
ERS Plant Breeding Study

Corn Project Links
Outlook Based E-mail
SAS V8.0 Online Documentation
1999 Crop Science
2001 Crop Science

University Links
Raymond F. Baker Center for Plant Breeding
PLant Sciences Institute
Department of Agronomy
Organic Agriculture
Plant Mole. Breeding Shortcourse
Spring 2004 Plant Breeding Seminar

Plant Science Lecture Series
OSPA

Agronomy Faculty Links
Dr. Charles Brummer
Dr. Jean-Luc Jannink

Weather Links
ISU Campbell Network
KCCI Weather

Iowa and Economic Links
Midwest PROfiles
Iowa Access

Sustainable Ag Links
John Ikerd Econ. of Sustainability
Practical Farmers of Iowa

Michael Fields Agricultural Institute
Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture

The Land Institute

General Ag Lines
Agriculture Resources

Welcome to the Homepage of the Cooperative Federal-State Maize Breeding Project located on the Iowa State University Campus in Ames, IA

The Cooperative Federal-State Maize Breeding Project has been in existence on the Iowa State University Campus since 1922.  All project members are housed in the ISU Department of Agronomy.

The Cooperative Federal-State Maize Breeding Project is a combination of USDA-ARS scientists and scientists in the Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University. The ISU Corn Breeder's are all members of the Raymond F. Baker Center for Plant Breeding.

The purpose of this page is to provide information about our research in maize breeding and genetics.  The page is constantly evolving.  Please let us know if you cannot find what you are looking for.

Questions or comments about the project: krlamkey@iastate.edu


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United State Department of Agriculture
Agricultural Research Service
Corn Insects and Crop Genetics Research Unit
Corn Breeding Research
Ames, Iowa

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