Plant Breeding/Genetics (Wheat)
C136 Plant Science Building
Dr. Haley serves as project leader of the wheat breeding and genetics program. His research focuses on the genetic improvement of hard red and hard white winter wheat for yield, end-use quality, and biotic and abiotic stresses prevalent in Colorado and the central and southern Great Plains.
Extension & Outreach
Dr. Haley also maintains the Colorado Wheat Variety Database for distribution of wheat variety and wheat variety trial information over the internet (http://wheat.colostate.edu/vpt.html). Additional information on the wheat breeding program can also be obtained at http://wheat.colostate.edu.
- SOCR/H 460 (Plant Breeding): a three-credit, alternate-year introductory course in agronomic and horticultural crop breeding.
- SOCR 720 (Advanced Plant Breeding): a four-credit, alternate year course for graduate students in the plant breeding program.
- SOCR731 (Plant Breeding Data Management): a one-credit, alternate year course dealing with relational database design and applications for plant breeding data management.