Breeding Progress and Future Challenges: Abiotic Stresses

@inproceedings{Douglas2020BreedingPA,
  title={Breeding Progress and Future Challenges: Abiotic Stresses},
  author={Col Douglas and Aditya Pratap and B. Hanumantha Rao and B. Manu and Sonali Dubey and Parikshit Singh and Rakhi Tomar},
  year={2020}
}
Mungbean is a short-season tropical grain legume grown on some six million hectares each year. Though predominantly a crop of smallholder farmers and subsistence agriculture mungbean is increasingly seen as a high value crop for international markets with broad acre production under modern farming systems established in Australia, South America, West Asia and Africa. Key benefits of mungbean are its nutritional and monetary value. It provides a short duration, flexible disease break when fit… 
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