Sustained productivity gains in softwood plantations through enablement of single-step genomic selection
This project aims to form an important part of a series of planned research projects that aim to, at least, double the rate of genetic gain in pine breeding in Australia. This project will focus on the extensive Gippsland network of trials and orchards to further implement cutting-edge single-step genomic selection, provide pedigree and identity assurance for the radiata pine breeding and deployment populations and deliver new high throughput sample processing methods.
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