Southeast Research and Demonstration Farm
The Southeast Research Farm (SERF) is an invaluable facility for the cooperative federal-state corn breeding project at ISU. We rely on the facility as one of our main testing locations in the southern part of Iowa. The SERF is one of our largest test sites in the state. Corn breeding research is conducted at the farm by the Lamkey and Hallauer (ISU) projects, the Pollak (USDAARS) project, and the Blanco (USDA-ARS) project. Our research at the farm is funded primarily by the Raymond F. Baker Center for Plant Breeding located at ISU.
Iowa State University
Lamkey, Kendall; Hallauer, Arnel R.; and White, Paul R., "Corn Breeding Research" (2004). Iowa State Research Farm Progress Reports. 1413.