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As an environmental science major, what can I do to develop a hybrid rosewood tree that is fast growing with dense wood and possibly drought resistant?

This type of wood is used to make marimbas of the highest quality and is becoming more limited. #science #biology #technology #genetics #botany #molecular-biology #higher-education

Thank you comment icon What two genus species where you thinking of making hybrids out of? Daryl

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Nancy’s Answer

Lauren, this is a very specialized question so it requires an expert answer. As an environmental science major, I am hoping that you have access to professors at your college in botany, horticulture, or plant breeding. This is an interesting challenge!
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Igal’s Answer

This sounds a lot like botany, which is the science of plants. I'd think you'd want a program that's heavy on biology/botany so you can learn plant physiology and genetics.
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