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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Tropical Plant Genetic Resources and Disease Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

HAWAII AGRICULTURE RESEARCH CENTER, KUNIA, HI, UNITED STATES
  • Development of Genetic Improvements of Bioenergy Feedstock and Other Selected Tropical Crops Grown Nationally


  • HAWAII COFFEE GROWERS ASSOCIATION, Kealakekua, HI, UNITED STATES
  • Optimization of Cbb Control Methods in Mechanically Harvested Coffee Operations in Hawaii


  • HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, HONOLULU, HI, UNITED STATES
  • Mini-Pilot Scale Production of Biofuel and Animal Feed from Heterotrophic Algae

  • Expanding Resistance of Papaya Ringspot Virus to Improve Papaya Cultivars for Hawaii and the Us Market

  • Development of Coffee Harvest Management Tools to Facilitate Sanitation and Coffee Berry Borer by Manipulation of Coffee Flowering

  • Optimization of Cbb Control Methods in Hand and Mechanized Harvested Coffee Operation in Hawaii

  • Development of New and Improved Anthurium Cultivars for Hawaii

  • Continued Development of Coffee Harvest Management Tools to Facilitate Sanitation and Coffee Berry Borer by Manipulation of Coffee Flowering


  • UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, HILO, HI, UNITED STATES
  • Characterization of Potential Feedstocks of Hawaii Island for Development of “zero-Character” Biofuels

  • Mini-Pilot Demonstration Using Papaya Feedstock for Algae Oil and Meal Production

  • Phytochemical Evaluation of Tropical Plants for Bioactive Compounds


  • UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SYSTEMS, HONOLULU, HI, UNITED STATES
  • Water and Carbon Footprint and Plant Parameters of Biofuel Production on the Hc&s Sugarcane Lands in Maui, Hawaii

  • Areawide Mitigation and Management of Coffee Berry Borer

  • Biotechnology Education in Hawaii: Today's Youth for Tomorrow's Decision Makers

  • Development and Analysis of Plants with Transgenic Virus Resistance

  • Characterization and Management of Invasive Plant Viruses in Hawaii

  • Preservation, Molecular Characterization and Evaluation of Salt Tolerance of Hawaiian and Giant Taro Cultivars for the Pacific Basin


  • USDA, FOREST SERVICE, Washington, DC,
  • Determining Patterns and Causes of Rapid Death of O’hi’a Stands and Limitations to Their Recovery in Wet Lowland Forests of Hawaii Island


  • Last Modified: 7/30/2016
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