Personal Information

Name:Asheesh Singh
Address:Iowa State University
1501 Agronomy Hall
Ames, IA50011
Phone:515-294-3268
Email:singhak at iastate.edu

Biography


Projects as Lead Investigator

Projects

Project Title
Breeding for high yield, yield protection and compositional traits in soybean for Iowa farmers

Projects - Individual Years

YearProject Title (each year)
2021Breeding High Yielding Soybean Cultivars for Iowa Farmers
2020Breeding high yielding soybean cultivars for Iowa farmers
2019Breeding high yielding soybean cultivars for Iowa farmers
2018Breeding high yielding soybean cultivars for Iowa farmers
2017Breeding high yielding soybean cultivars for Iowa farmers
2016Breeding high yielding soybean cultivars for Iowa farmers
2015Breeding for high yield, yield protection and compositional traits in soybean for Iowa farmers

Projects as Co-Investigator

Projects

Project Title
Discover Sources, Genes and Develop U.S. Adapted Germplasm with Improved Protein Quantity and Quality Utilizing Diversity in Cultivated and Wild soybeans (1920-152-0103-A)
Utilizing unique genetic diversity to combine elevated protein concentration with high yield in new varieties and experimental lines (Year 1 of 3)1920-152-0113)
Biology and Management of Soybean Stem Diseases (1920-172-0125-B)
Utilizing Unique Genetic Diversity to Combine Elevated Protein Concentration with High Yield in New Varieties and Experimental Lines (1820-152-0106-B)
Increasing the rate of genetic gain for yield in soybean breeding programs
Improved Management of Charcoal Rot
Utilizing Unique Genetic Diversity to Combine Elevated Protein Concentration with High Yield in New Varieties and Experimental Lines (1720-152-0104)
Using engineering tools to identify and quantify biotic and abiotic stress in soybean for customizable agriculture production
Initiation of a genomic selection pipeline for public soybean breeders in the North Central region
Accelerating soybean yield and composition improvement through genomic selection
High-Impact Public Research for Modified Carbohydrate Composition in U.S. Soybeans (Year 1 of 1420-532-5639)
Causes and Cures for Delayed Maturity in Soybean (Year 1 of 1420-832-8277)
High Oleic Soybean Breeding (1420-632-6608)

Projects - Individual Years

YearProject Title (each year)
2019Discover Sources, Genes and Develop U.S. Adapted Germplasm with Improved Protein Quantity and Quality Utilizing Diversity in Cultivated and Wild soybeans (1920-152-0103-A)
2019Utilizing unique genetic diversity to combine elevated protein concentration with high yield in new varieties and experimental lines (Year 1 of 3)1920-152-0113)
2019Biology and Management of Soybean Stem Diseases (1920-172-0125-B)
2018Utilizing Unique Genetic Diversity to Combine Elevated Protein Concentration with High Yield in New Varieties and Experimental Lines (1820-152-0106-B)
2017Utilizing Unique Genetic Diversity to Combine Elevated Protein Concentration with High Yield in New Varieties and Experimental Lines (1720-152-0104)
2017Increasing the rate of genetic gain for yield in soybean breeding programs
2017Improved Management of Charcoal Rot
2016Using engineering tools to identify and quantify biotic and abiotic stress in soybean for customizable agriculture production
2016Initiation of a genomic selection pipeline for public soybean breeders in the North Central region
2015Accelerating soybean yield and composition improvement through genomic selection
2014High-Impact Public Research for Modified Carbohydrate Composition in U.S. Soybeans (Year 1 of 1420-532-5639)
2014Causes and Cures for Delayed Maturity in Soybean (Year 1 of 1420-832-8277)
2014High Oleic Soybean Breeding (1420-632-6608)