Sep 30, 2023
Saying “Yes” to Mungbeans and Multi-disciplinarity
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In this episode, Evelyn Planter Heidt, a masters student in both plant pathology and entomology at Iowa State University, joins host Jim Bradeen for a conversation about her passions, goals and impact in plant pathology. The two chat about her career journey in the field; her involvement in the World Food Prize; her ongoing research on mung beans, its importance to the U.S., and its genetic diversity; and the use of AI in agriculture.

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The full transcript for this episode can be found here:

You can find her on LinkedIn @Evelyn Planter Heidt

Publication: Batzer, J.C., Sing, A., Platner, E., Kandel, Y. and Mueller, D.S. 2022. Screening Mungbean Accession for Susceptibility to Soybean Fungal Diseases in Iowa. Plant Health Progress Volume 23:456-465.

This episode is produced by Association Briefings.

Special Guest: Evelyn Planter Heidt.

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