In 2019 — with the help of the Borlaug Training Foundation — we put out the call to plant breeders asking them what they would do if they had $10 million to make the world a better place. Valerio Hoyos-Villegas, pulse breeder at McGill University, answered the call. He tells his story about how growing up around the coffee farms of Colombia set him on the path to helping feed the planet. Hosted by Germination editor Marc Zienkiewicz. To submit your idea for what you’d do with $10 million to improve the world through plant breeding, visit germination.ca/10-million-dollars.
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