International Quinoa Research Symposium Broadcast Webinar

eOrganic broadcasted live from the 2013 International Quinoa Research Symposium in Pullman, Washington on August 12-14, 2013. Listen to recordings of selected presentations at the video links below or as a playlist on YouTube at

Monday, August 12, 2013

Opening Remarks, Kevin Murphy, WSU - Video 

The Genetic Diversity of Chenopodium quinoa and its Global Expansion. Didier Bazile, CIRAD - Video | Handout (13 Mb)

Peruvian Quinoa Research and Development. Luz Gomez, Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina, Peru - Video | Handout (63 Mb)

Quinoa Adaptation as Species Interaction: Näive Breeding Seems to Work. Frank Morton, Wild Garden Seed, Philomath, Oregon - Video

1:45-2:30  Genomic Resources for Chenopodium quinoa. Jeff Maughan, Brigham Young University - Video | Handout (50 Mb)

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Keynote: What is the Global Potential of Quinoa? Sven-Erik Jacobsen, University of Copenhagen - Video | Handout (26 Mb)

The Experience of Quinoa in Chile: From Genes to Agroecological and Agricultural Studies. Enrique Martinez, Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Zonas Aridas Chile - Handout (6.6 Mb)

Quinoa Phylogenetic Insights Based on Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA Sequences. Rick Jellen, Brigham Young University - Video | Handout (12 Mb) 

Ex-situ Conservation of Quinoa: The Bolivian Experience. Wilfredo Rojas, PROINPA Foundation, Bolivia - Video | Handout (7 Mb)

Ecophysiological Studies in Quinoa Varieties in the Argentinean Northwest. Juan Antonio Gonzalez, Instituto de Ecologia, Miguel Lillo Foundation, Argentina - Video | Handout (23 Mb)

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Quinoa: A New Resilient Crop for Food Insecure Climate Prone Pakistan. Hassan Munir, University of Faisalabad, Pakistan - Video | Handout (34 Mb)

Plant Growth and Yield Performance of Quinoa Varieties under Irrigated and Rainfed Conditions of Malawi. Moses Maliro, Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Malawi - Video | Handout (102 Mb) 

Assessing the Adoption Potential of Quinoa in Central Malawi. Morgan Gardner, WSU Graduate Student - Video | Handout (4 Mb)

Longitudinal Corridors in Quinoa Diffusion Throughout the Southern Andes. Daniel Bertero, University of Buenos Aires - Video | Handout (4 Mb) 

History and Current Status of Quinoa Production in Colorado. John McCamant and Paul New, White Mountain Farms, Colorado - Video | Handout (21 Mb) 


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Published July 9, 2013

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