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December 10, 2013 Meeting Minutes

SBARE Barley Granting Committee
North Dakota Barley Council Meeting
CanadInn, Grand Forks, ND

The State Board of Agricultural Research and Education’s Barley Granting Committee meeting was called to order at 9:15 AM on Dec. 10, 2013. Voting members present were James McCullough, Charles Ottem, and Greg Kessel.  Non-voting members present were Steve Edwardson and Doyle Lentz.

It was moved by Ottem and seconded by McCullough to nominate Greg Kessel as chair for the committee.  The motion carried.

The following proposal was considered:

Utilizing Genotype-by-sequencing for Genome Wide Selection of Net Blotch Resistance loci in Barley
Researchers: Robert Brueggeman
Amount requested:  $6,479.00

The objective of this research is to develop molecular markers saturating net blotch resistance loci for use in breeding efforts to efficiently deploy resistance in North Dakota elite barley germplasm utilizing genome wide selection.

It was moved by Seastrand and seconded by McCullough to grant negotiated funding of up to $6,479.00 for the project titled “Utilizing Genotype-by-sequencing for Genome Wide Selection of Net Blotch Resistance loci in Barley. The motion carried. Ottem, McCullough, Seastrand and Kessel voted “aye.”  (Lentz is a non-voting member)

The motion carried unanimously.

There being no other business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairman Kessel.

 

December 15, 2010 Meeting Minutes

State Board of Agricultural Research and Education
Barley Granting Committee

North Dakota Barley Council Office, Fargo

The State Board of Agricultural Research and Education’s Barley Granting Committee meeting was called to order at 8 a.m. on Dec. 15, 2010. Voting members present were Jim Broten, Charles Ottem, Mark Seastrand and Greg Kessel.  Non-voting members present were Steve Edwardson, Dr. Vern Anderson and Doyle Lentz.  Also present was Lori Capouch and Dan Wogsland.

By consensus, the committee nominated Jim Broten to chair the meeting.

The following proposals were considered:

Yield response of North Dakota barley varieties to spot type foliar diseases
Researchers: Robert Brueggeman and Richard Horsley
Amount requested:  $6,000

The objective of this project is to determine the impact of foliar disease severity on yield of different genotypes of barley and identify which pathogens are contributing to spot type disease severity under natural field conditions.

Development of feed barley and two-rowed malting barley cultivars for North Dakota
Researchers:  Richard Horsley, Robert Brueggeman and Paul Schwarz
Amount requested: $8,782

The objective of this project is to develop high yielding feed barley and two-rowed malting barley adapted for production in North Dakota.

Funding Decisions

It was moved by Ottem and seconded by Seastrand to grant negotiated funding as follows:
1. $6,000 to the project titled “Yield response to North Dakota barley varieties to spot type foliar diseases.”
2. $8,782 to the project titled “Development of feed barley and two-rowed malting barley cultivars for North Dakota.”

The motion carried unanimously.

There being no other business, the meeting was adjourned.

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