Jodi Souter

Adjunct Professor


Research Summary

Plant Breeding; Agricultural Crop Development; Quantitative Genetics


I earned a PhD in Biology from the University of Saskatchewan in 2016 studying ureide accumulation in legumes during abiotic stress. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture in 2010 with a degree following the Plant Development theme. I am a CSGA-recognized plant breeder. I have experience in breeding, maintaining, and commercializing varieties of pulses and specialty crops, including lentils, faba beans, dry bean, peas, hemp, flax and sunflower.


PhD, University of Saskatchewan

Research Interests & Projects

Development of high performing pulse and speciality crop varieties that benefit modern farming systems in Canadian agriculture.


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