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March 22: Plant Science Symposium shares new ag technology

Learn about new agricultural technologies at the third annual WSU Plant Science Symposium, Friday, March 22, at the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center at WSU Pullman.

WSU students, faculty and community members are invited to hear WSU, national, and international speakers on plant biotechnology, crops of the future, high-throughput phenotyping, agricultural automation, and more. The event also includes a poster session and opportunities to network and share ideas.

Organized by doctoral and master’s students at WSU, the symposium is part of the Dupont-Pioneer Plant Science Symposium series. The program begins at 8 a.m., and runs through 6:30 p.m.

The event is free. General registration has closed, but walk-up registration is allowed up to March 22. Learn more here.

 

Two students adjust the metal arm holding a sensor in a greenhouse.
Student researchers at Washington State University adjust a sensor at the Plant Growth Facility. Learn about emerging ag technology at the third annual WSU Plant Science Symposium, Friday, March 22, at WSU Pullman.