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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Cropping Systems Research Laboratory has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

COTTON INCORPORATED, CARY, NC, UNITED STATES
  • Assessment of Drought and Disease Resistance of Cottons with Different Genetic Backgrounds

  • Technologies, Genotypes and Planting Strategies to Enhance Cotton Germination under Limited Soil Moisture Conditions

  • Cotton Harvesting Innovations for the Texas High Plains

  • Discovery of Drought Stress Biomarker-Genes for Assisting Breeding

  • Integrated Systems Approach for Optimized Irrigation Scheduling for Cotton Production Environments in Australia and the United States

  • Introgression of Fusarium Wilt Race 4 Resistance Genes and Wilt Biomarker-Genes Discovery for Assisting Breeding

  • Assessment of Drought and Disease Resistance of Cottons with Different Genetic Backgrounds

  • Integrated Systems Approach for Optimized Irrigation Scheduling for Cotton Production Environments in Australia and the United States

  • Assessment of Drought Resistance of Cottons with Different Genetic Backgrounds

  • Integrated Systems Approach for Optimized Irrigation Scheduling for Cotton Production Environments in Australia and the United States

  • Cotton Harvesting Innovations for the Texas High Plains

  • Discovery of Drought Stress Biomarker-Genes for Assisting Breeding

  • New Technologies for Managing Cotton Modules and Harvest Information

  • Discovery of Plant Stress / Drought Biomarker-Genes for Assisting Breeding


  • DIAMOND V MILLS, INCORPORATED, Cedar Rapids, IA, UNITED STATES
  • Influence of All-Natural, Fermentation Product Supplementation on the Acute Phase Response in Pigs Following a Lipopolysaccharide Challenge


  • GLOBAL ANIMAL PRODUCTS, INCORPORATED, Amarillo, TX, UNITED STATES
  • Supplementation of Chelated Zinc Methionine and Inorganic Zinc to Mitigate the Negative Impact of Bovine Respiratory Disease on Beef Cattle Health


  • IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLO, AMES, IA, UNITED STATES
  • Advancing Understanding of Heat Stress Response Mechanisms by Integrated Molecular, Biochemical, and Whole-Plant Analysis


  • KEMIN INDUSTRIES, INC., DES MOINES, IA, UNITED STATES
  • The Effect of Clostat on Innate Immune Parameters and Pathogen Migration in Response to An Oral Salmonella Challenge in Weaned Dairy Calves


  • MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI STATE, MS, UNITED STATES
  • Development of An Immuno-Compromised Pig And/or Calf Model


  • MONSANTO COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MO, UNITED STATES
  • Yield and Agronomic Performance of Rkn-Resistant Lines


  • PHILEO-LESAFFRE ANIMAL CARE, Milwaukee, WI, UNITED STATES
  • Supplementation of Yeast Products As a Means to Mitigate the Negative Impact of Heat Stress on Beef Cattle


  • PRINCE AGRI PRODUCTS, Teaneck, NJ, UNITED STATES
  • Effect of Omnigen-Af Supplementation on the Stress and Metabolic Responses of Dairy Cows Exposed to Heat Stress


  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVER OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE, RIVERSIDE, CA, UNITED STATES
  • Molecular Characterization of Nematode and Fusarium Wilt Resistance in the Cotton Genome


  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Davis, CA, UNITED STATES
  • Assessment of Abiotic and Biotic Factors in Greenhouse and Field Evaluation for Fusarium Wilt (Fov) Resistance in Cotton


  • TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY SYSTEM, LUBBOCK, TX, UNITED STATES
  • Soil Microbial Communities: Key Indicators of Soil C

  • Development of a Bovine Respiratory Disease Model in Young Calves

  • Molecular-Genetic Analysis of Cotton Germplasm for Abiotic and Biotic Stress Tolerance

  • Inspire: Legged Locomotion for Desert Research


  • TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, PHILADELPHIA, PA, UNITED STATES
  • Inspire: Legged Locomotion for Desert Research


  • UNITED SORGHUM CHECKOFF PROGRAM, LUBBOCK, TX, UNITED STATES
  • Genetic Enhancement of Sorghum As a Versatile Crop


  • UNITED STATES DEPT OF ENERGY, WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES
  • Novel Technologies to Solve the Water Use Problem of High Yielding C4 Bioenergy and Bioproduct Feedstocks


  • Last Modified: 8/26/2016
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