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Susan K. Brown, director of Cornell's Fruit and Vegetable Genomics Initiative and head of the apple breeding program, presents a broad view of the process of creating new apple varieties, from history and technical aspects to marketing and consumer satisfaction.
Brown's October 13, 2011 lecture, given at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station on Cornell's Geneva campus, is part of a series sponsored by the Cornell Association of Professors Emeriti.