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— A recent sampling of outside press reports that relate to scientific activities at the Agricultural Research Service.

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Blackberry research could help producers
Web page of Farm & Dairy    
September 21, 2015

USDA Scientists Develop New Technique for Lunasin Extraction
Web page of Institute of Agricultural Science for Southern Viet Nam    
August 3, 2015

Hardier Cane Hybrids Could Increase Sugar Production
Web page of    
July 29, 2015

Farmers worry about harvest as stink bugs make a mess in NW region
Web page of Seattle Times  June 22, 2015

Chocolatiers Are Using Genetics to Identify the Best Beans
Web page of    
May 28, 2015

Bird Flu Virus Raises Questions Scientists Working to Answer
Web page of Boston Globe    
May 3, 2015

On The Brink: The Fight to Save Bees and Our Food Supply
Web page of    
April 15, 2015

USDA at Work on Poultry Vaccine for H5N8, H5N2
Web page of CIDRAP    
March 27, 2015

Bald eagle nest spotted at National Arboretum for first time in decades
Web page of Washington Post    
March 13, 2015

Sorghum research looks at manipulating lignin
Web page of American Agriculturist    
March 6, 2015

Researchers develop new high-yield pear cultivar
Web page of Phys Org    
February 3, 2015

USDA offers search engine for agricultural research
Web page of    
January 20, 2015

New test counts total phenolics in fruits and veggies
Web page of High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal    
January 4, 2015

Using poison-frog compounds to control fire ants
Web page of High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal    
Dec. 18, 2014

Consuming Dairy Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes
Web page of    
Dec. 11, 2014

Non-GMO purple potatoes make GM tomato even more redundant
Web page of    Dec. 4, 2014

Stress Eaters Brains Turn Off At Signs Of High-Calorie Foods
Web page of    November 19, 2014

Green Alternative for Controlling Native Stink Bugs in the Southeast
Web page of Milling World    November 12, 2014

Laser Probe Knows If You Ate Your Veggies
Web page of Futurity    November 6, 2014

New Imaging Technique Leads to Better Understanding Freezing in Plants
Web page of Scoop.It    November 4, 2014

National Arboretum’s “Grass Roots”: A brighter future for the lawn
Web page of Washington Post    October 29, 2014

Stinkbugs Have Spread to 41 States; Can We Stop Them?
Web page of   October 17, 2014

Predator beetle could munch coffee pest
Web page of Hawaii Tribune Herald   October 8, 2014

Scientists Plan to Kill Off the American West's Tumbleweeds
Web page of   September 25, 2014

Fighting Poisons With Bacteria
Web page of New York Times   September 16, 2014

How the latest pickle juice innovation is good for the environment
Web page of   September 6, 2014

Photo Slices Provide Detailed Images of Tiny Wasps for Biocontrol Efforts
Web page of Entomology Today blog   August 26, 2014

New switchgrass variety promises more biofuel at lower cost
Web page of Ethanol Producer Magazine  August 15, 2014

Orange Juice Drinkers May Soon Feel the Squeeze
Web page of blog   July 28, 2014

NASA's Aquarius Returns Global Maps of Soil Moisture
Web page of Space Daily   July 10, 2014

Nanoparticle-based coating helps stop water from beading
Web page of Nano Magazine   July 1, 2014

Keeping Cattle Tick Fever at Bay
Web page of Wildlife Society News    June 30, 2014

Identifying Yellow Perch Gender to Improve Production
Web page of The Fish Site   June 9, 2014

Primitive, bizarre, beautiful: New mite species reveal a lost world awaiting discovery
Web page of Smithsonian Science   May 22, 2014


Last Modified: 9/29/2015