Loading

The Science of Sweet Corn Dr. Marcio resende

Dr. Marcio Resende is an assistant professor in the Horticultural Sciences Department and the leader of University of Florida's sweet corn research.
Dr. Resende's research is geared towards the improvement of aesthetics in each ear of corn as well as the sweetness for the consumer.
The majority of research done by Dr. Resende takes place in Citra, Florida. Dr. Resende and his team cross pollinate desired traits that they wish to bring to farmers around Florida.
The sweet corn market is driven by the sweetness of corn. In order for the team to dictate which corn will be most desired by consumers, they hold taste test panels. This allows them to gain information on what consumers are looking for in sweet corn.
For more information about his research and publications, visit www.resendelab.com
Tommy Burnes is a junior at the University of Florida and majoring in Agricultural Education and Communication with a specialization in Communication and Leadership Development. He is passionate about growing organic produce while practicing sustainability.
Gage Chancey is a junior at the University of Florida majoring Agricultural Education and Communication with a specialization in Communication and Leadership Development and a minor in Management in Sales. He is passionate about the outdoors and the conservation of our environment.

Report Abuse

If you feel that this video content violates the Adobe Terms of Use, you may report this content by filling out this quick form.

To report a copyright violation, please follow the DMCA section in the Terms of Use.