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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:

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

  • Host Range Determination of Powell Butte Globodera (Pbg)

  • Canopy and Crop Load Management for Vine Balance and Fruit Quality in Wine Grapes

  • Wild Hosts and Biological Control of the Invasive Spotted Wing Drosophila

  • Biology and Management of Spotted Wing Drosophia on Small and Stone Fruits

  • Essential Nematode Data to Enable Decision-Making by Pacific Northwest Grape Growers

  • Quality Evaluation of Berry Selections and Varieties

  • Development and Application of An Epidemiological Framework for Management of Phytophthora Ramorum on Rhododendron in Nursery Settings

  • Efficacy of a Systems Approach for Producing Nursery Stock Free of Plant Pathogenic Phytophthora Species

  • Antibiotics and Their Biosynthetic Intermediates: Inter-Cellular Chemical Messengers Mediating Genome-Wide Transcriptional Effects in Soil

  • Alternatives to Fumigating Greenhouses for Control of Soilborne Plant Pathogens

  • Long-Term Impact of Nitrogen Fertilizer Rate, Sawdust Mulch, and Pre-Plant Amendment on Yield, Fruit Quality, and Soil Microbiology in Blueberry


  • PEERBOLT CROP MANAGEMENT, PORTLAND, OR
  • Evaluating the Feasibility of Coordinated Regional on-Farm Trials of Advanced Raspberry and Blackberry Selections


  • PURDUE UNIVERSITY, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN
  • Automation of Dormant Pruning of Specialty Crops


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


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


  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA
  • A Link Between Grapevine Bleeding and Budbreak, Shoot Growth, and Fruit Set: Causes and Consequences for Vinyard Management

  • Developing a Site Selection Tool Using GIS and Grapes As a Model System

  • Managing Soil Borne Diseases of Raspberry in Western States: Development of Decision Making Tools and Sustainable Management Systems

  • Native Habitat Restoration, Sustainable Ipm and Beneficial Insect Conservation for Washington Viticulture

  • Optimization of Yeast Nutrient Additions Based on Must °brix Concentrations and Lowering the Risk of Microbial Spoilage


  • Last Modified: 1/7/2013
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