Sandra Branham’s Watermelon Work is Kind of a Big Deal for Seed Companies

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On location in Davis, California at Cucurbitaceae 2018,  we sit down with United States Department of Agriculture postdoctoral research scientist Sandra Branham to talk about her work, why seed companies are taking such an interest in it, and why having to spit out watermelon seed isn’t for her.

Credit: Features a Soundgrabs excerpt by djbacon.

One response to “Sandra Branham’s Watermelon Work is Kind of a Big Deal for Seed Companies”

  1. Cederique says:

    I also prefer the seedless variety of watermelons.. I hate spitting out those seeds, and then cleaning them up. Or have nowhere to spit them.

    Great talk

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