The following videos are related to Legume Innovation Lab work.

MSU Plant Breeding Inside Out

(Video on plant breeding begins at approximately 1:33) MSU doctoral student Kelvin Kamfwa, whose research focuses on the genetics of biological nitrogen fixation in dry beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.), presents a "day in the life" explanation on his lab work on plant breeding and genetics. Kamfwa's research objective is to map the quantitative trait loci for biological nitrogen fixation in Phaseolus vulgaris. The expected impact of this research is the identification of genetic markers that would enhance selection efficiency for biological nitrogen fixation (BNF), which is a complex trait and difficult to select for phenotypically. Kamfwa works with Dr. James Kelly, University Distinguished Professor, Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences.

Zambia Value Chain, Vincent Amanor Boadu

K-State agricultural economist Vincent Amanor-Boadu talks about a new project K-State has undertaken to improve agricultural supply chain activities in three African countries, on the strength of a U.S. Agency for International Development grant throught the Legume Innovation Lab, ...and the expected outcomes from this effort.

An Interview with Irv Widders, director, Legume Innovation Lab

An Interview with Cynthia Donovan, deputy director, Legume Innovation Lab

World Food Prize Interview, 2012

An Introduction to Scientific Animations Without Borders (SAWBO)

Natural Insecticide From Neem Seeds, a production of Scientific Animations Without Border: In English   In Amharic

Jane's Beans


Bean Seed: Small Pack Approach

Zambian Pulse Crops Value Chain Initiative and the K-State Master of Agribusiness

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