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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Cooperators and Support
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Partners

We partner with industries, academic institutions and other organizations that support our research goals, cooperate with our scientists and benefit from our research findings

For more specific information on these partnerships, please see the following pages:

  • Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs)
  • Specific Cooperative Agreements (SCAs)
  • Grants (i.e., trust fund and reimbursible cooperative agreements)
Overview of Extramural Agreements in ARS: http://www.afm.ars.usda.gov/agreements/agreement-types.htm


CRADAs and SCAs

Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADA)

Methodology Development for Control of and/or Monitoring of the Insect Pest, Navel Orangeworm (NOW) Paramount Farming Co.
John Beck agreement # 58-3K95-7-1198


ARS information about CRADAs

Specific Cooperative Agreements (SCA)

Animal Model Testing of Chemosensitizing Agents of Antifungal Drugs Montana State Univ.
Bruce Campbell project # 5325-42000-037-02
Practical Application of Biocontrol Yeast UC Davis Dept. Plant Sciences
Sylvia Hua project # 5325-42000-036-02


ARS information about SCAs; also see Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement

General Cooperative Agreements

An Effective Lure for Reliable Detection and Control of the Female Navel Orangeworm (NOW) Moth
John Beck project # 5325-42000-037-10

Nonfunded Cooperative Agreements

In-Field Analysis of in situ Tree-Nut VOCs Torion Technologies
John Beck project # 5325-42000-036-04
Volatile Emission Analysis of Several Calif Oak Species: Do Emitted Volatiles Exhibit Kairomonal Behavior to Various Oak Insect Pests? UC Davis Dept. Entomology 
John Beck project # 5325-42000-036-05


Grants


Trust Fund and Reimbursable Cooperative Agreements

Collection of Ambient Pistachio Volatiles to Develop a Synthetic, Non-pheromonal Background Blend for Monitoring of Navel Orangeworm California Pistachio Research Board 
John Beck project # 5325-42000-037-07
An Effective Lure for Reliable Detection and Control of the Female Navel Orangeworm (NOW) Moth Paramount Farming Company 
John Beck project # 5325-42000-037-08
Rapid, Non-invasive, and Early Warning Detection of Mycotoxigenic Aspergilli on Almonds and Pistachios in Holding, Storage, and Transit

John Beck project #: 5325-42000-037-13
Developing Ambient Almond Orchard Volatile Mixtures for Navel Orangeworm Bioassay Analyses Almond Board of California
John Beck project #: 5325-42000-037-05
Inoculation of Almond Rootstock with Symbiotic Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungus for Improvement of Nut Yield and Food Safety Almond Board of California
Sylvia Hua project #: 5325-4200-038-08
Reduction in Navel Orange Worm Damage in Pistachio Orchards Using Cultural and Chemical Control Methods Paramount Farms
Ron Haff project #: 5325-44000-010-02
Effects of Rumensin on Mitigating Eructated, Rumenal, and Fecal Greenhouse Gas (GHG) and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) UC Davis
Jeff McGarvey project # 5325-42000-038-07
Risk Assessment and Intervention Strategies for the Emerging Food Safety Threat of Ochratoxin in the United States NIFA - Agriculture and Food Research Initiative 
Jeff Palumbo project # 5325-42000-038-01


ARS information about trust fund and reimbursable cooperative agreements


Last Modified: 8/8/2013