Subtropical Horticulture Research
has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.
Current collaborators and projects:
Genetic and Phenotypic Evaluation of Basic Germplasm, Mapping Populations, Advanced Full-Sib Families, and Selected Clones of Theobroma Cacao
FLORIDA AVOCADO ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE, HOMESTEAD, FL
Development of Attractants/lures for the Redbay Ambrosia Beetle.
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, MIAMI, FL
Phylogeography and Conservation Genetics of the Caribbean Zamia Clade: An Integrated Systematic Approach
HONDURAN FOUNDATION FOR AGRICULTURE RESEARCH, SAN PEDRO SULA,
Development of Improved Trapping Systems for Invasive Fruit Flies That Threaten U.S. Agriculture
MARS, INC., CHICAGO, IL
Genetic Improvement of Theobroma Cacao
NATIONAL MANGO BOARD, ORLANDO, FL
Effect of Pre-Hydrocooling Time and Water Temperature on the Quality of Mango and Mortality of Mexican Fruit Fly, Anastrepha Ludens
TRUSTEES OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY, BLOOMINGTON, IN
Genomics and Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (Snp) Marker Discovery in Tropical and Subtropical Fruit Trees