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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Horticultural Crops Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AGRICULTURE, IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF, BOISE, ID, UNITED STATES
  • Impact of Grapevine Viruses on Idaho Grape Quality

  • Deciphering the Effects of Grapevine Virus on Idaho Grape/wine Quality

  • Method Development for Automated, Real-Time Monitoring of Wine Grape Vine Water Stress for Use in Wireless Sensor-Based Irrigation Networks


  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, Washington, DC, UNITED STATES
  • Developing the Genomic Infrastructure for Breeding Improved Black Raspberries


  • OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, STILLWATER, OK, UNITED STATES
  • Population Diversity of Pythium Cryptoirregulare


  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, Corvallis, OR, UNITED STATES
  • Testing and Evaluation of Berry Crops for Commercial Production in the Pacific Northwest

  • Determining Optimal Sampling Strategy of Woody Plants for Virus Detection

  • Regulation of Secondary Metabolism in Pseudomonas Spp. That Suppress Plant Disease

  • Development of Rnai and Other Biologically-Based Pest Control Strategies

  • Survey Important Viruses in U.S. National Berry Germplasm Collections

  • Quality Evaluation of Berry Selections and Varieties

  • Biological and Cultural Control of Pre and Post-Harvest Fruit Rot in Berry Crops in the Pacific Northwest

  • Mitochondrial Molecular Genetics of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes

  • Biological Control of Ornamental Pests and Slug Management

  • Improving Plant Health for Nursery Production in the Pacific Northwest

  • Development of Hazelnuts for Resistance to Eastern Filbert Blight

  • Identification, Detection, and Diagnostics of Verticillium Species of the Pacific Northwest

  • Determining Optimal Sampling Strategy of Woody Plants for Virus Detection (Part 2)

  • Population Analysis of Phytophthora Ramorum

  • Dynamical Interactions Between Plant and Oomycete Biodiversity in a Temperate Forest

  • Evaluation of Natural Sulfite-Producing Wine Yeast for Making Organic Wine

  • Interactions Between Brettanomyces Bruxellensis and Wine Lactic Acid Bacteria

  • Developing Nutrient Management Recommendations for Organic Blueberry Production Systems

  • Regulated Deficit Irrigation on Malbec and Syrah Grape and Wine Quality

  • Contamination of Small Fruits and Wine by Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (Bmsb)

  • Sustainable Spotted Wing Drosophila Cultural Management Practices in Commercial Blueberry Fields

  • Potential Benefits of Humic Acids on Yield and Fruit Quality in Highbush Blueberry

  • Improving Plant Health for Nursery Production in the Pacific Northwest – Molecular Detection

  • Assembling, Annotating, and Exploring the Genome of Globodera Ellingtonae

  • Development and Application of An Epidemiological Framework for Management of Phytophthora Ramorum in Nurseries

  • Plant-Parasitic Nematode Genomics

  • Management of Invasive Insects in Small Fruits


  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO, MOSCOW, ID, UNITED STATES
  • Production of Antibodies to Detect for Viruses from the Grapevine Leafroll Complex by Elisa

  • Deciphering the Effects of Grapevine Virus on Idaho Grape/wine Quality

  • Risk Assessment and Eradication of Globodera Spp. in U.S. Production of Potato

  • Development of Improved Grape Production and Utilization Practices in the Pacific Northwest

  • Use of Trap Crops and Other Strategies for Eradication of Globodera Spp.


  • UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA, MALAGA, SPAIN
  • Improving Stability of High-Quality Traits of Berry in Different Environments & Cultivation Systems for the Benefit of European Farmers & Consumers


  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE, CA, UNITED STATES
  • Reducing Losses to Potato and Tomato Late Blight by Enhanced Monitoring of Pathogen Populations and Improved Resistant Plants, and Education


  • USDA FOREST SERVICE, Washington, DC, UNITED STATES
  • Early Detection of P. Ramorum Lineages in Oregon Forests Using Genetic Markers


  • USDA, APHIS, PPQ, S&T, RALEIGH, NC, UNITED STATES
  • Non-Fumigant Nematicidal Strategies for Globodera Eradication-Ars Or

  • Development and Application of An Epidemiological Framework for Management of Phytophthora Ramorum in Nurseries

  • Therapy, Testing, Developing and Maintaining Clean Plants of the Major Berry Crops and Development of Improved Diagnostics.

  • Determining High Risk Viruses for Blueberry Nurseries by Production Region in the U.S.

  • Safeguarding Strawberry Nurseries from Virus Epidemics

  • Eradication Strategies for Globodera Pallida: Use of Trap Crops

  • Eradication Strategies for Globodera Pallida, the Pale Cyst Nematode (Pcn)


  • WASHINGTON STATE POTATO COMMISSION, MOSES LAKE, WA, UNITED STATES
  • Eradication Strategies for Globodera: Use of Trap Crops


  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA, UNITED STATES
  • Small Fruit Breeding in the Pacific Northwest

  • Raspberry Root Removal: Eliminating Pre-Plant Soilborne Pathogen Inoculum to Improve Management

  • Enhanced Tools for Improving Root Rot Resistance in Red Raspberry

  • Factors Affecting Wine Spoilage by Pediococcus Spp.

  • Use of Fining Techniques and Alternative Processing Strategies to Limit Brettanomyces Infections in Red Wines

  • Practical Applications of Stomatal Conductance to Efficient Irrigation and Water Management in Grapevine

  • Optimizing Pre-Plant Management Techniques for Nematodes and Soilborne Diseases in Red Raspberry

  • Precision Sub-Surface Irrigation to Regulate Wine Grape Physiology

  • Host Specificity and Gene Flow of Fungicide Resistance Alleles among Botrytis Cinerea Populations Infecting Small Fruit in the Us Pacific Northwest

  • Elucidate Genetic Diversity of Grapevine Leafroll-Associated Virus 3 for Managing Grapevine Leafroll Disease in Pnw Vineyards

  • Fungal Populations in Pnw Cranberries As It Relates to Fruit Rot

  • Impact and Management of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes in Washington Juice and Wine Grape Vineyards

  • Developing Effective Methods for Soilborne Pathogen Management Through Removal of Root Inoculum in Continuous Red Raspberry Production Systems


  • Last Modified: 1/7/2013
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