Amit Dhingra was recently named interim chair for the horticulture department. His two-year term started on June 1. He has served as a horticulture professor at WSU since 2006. This link connects to the original story.
Can huckleberries be crossed with blueberries to provide a new healthy and distinctively flavored berry for northwest berry growers? You can discover the latest research developments in Crystal Ligori’s Oregon Public Broadcasting audio interview with Dr. Dhingra. This link will take you to the OPB article and interview page.
Using a proprietary growing method developed at Washington State University (WSU), startup company Phytelligenceis producing plants and trees faster than ever, offering a fresh alternative to tree farmers in an industry overripe for innovation.
“We can produce in one year what is typically produced in three years: a 10-foot tall tree,” says Amit Dhingra, Ph.D., associate professor of horticultural genomics and biotechnology in the molecular plant sciences graduate program at WSU.