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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Subtropical Plant Pathology Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

CHANCELLOR MASTERS&SCHOLARS UNIV OF CAMBRIDGE, CAMBRIDGE CB2 ITN,
  • Development of a Generic Multiple-Pest Model & User-Friendly Front End to Test Control Strategies & Establish Necessary Resources for High-Risk Path


  • CITRUS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, LAKE ALFRED, FL
  • Screening and Cloning of Resistance Related Genes by Rna-Seq in Huanglongbing (Hlb) Resistant and Susceptible Citrus Breeding Lines


  • FLORIDA CITRUS PACKERS ASSOCIATION, MAITLAND, FL
  • Determination of Canker Survival and Transmission Via Canker-Blemished Fruit Relative to International Market Access


  • FLORIDA DEPT OF AGRI & CONSUMER SERVICES, TALLAHASSEE, FL
  • Development and Implementation of New Control Strategies for Citrus Huanglongbing (Greening)-Phase II


  • FLORIDA SPECIALTY CROP FOUNDATION, MAITLAND, FL
  • Groundnut Ringspot Virus, An Emerging Thrips-Transmitted Virus Infecting Florida Tomato, Pepper and Other Specialty Crops


  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC
  • Regional Implementation and Validation of a Regional Scouting and Decision Support System for Managing Insect-Vectored Diseases


  • NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, RALEIGH, NC
  • Development of Grafting Technology to Improve Sustainability and Competitiveness of the U.S. Fruiting Vegetable Industry


  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FL
  • Collaborative Research on Transmission of Insect-Vectored Vegetable Viruses

  • Collaborative Research on Transmission of Thrips-Vectored Vegetable Viruses

  • Development and Implementation of New Control Strategies for Citrus Huanglongbing (Greening) Phase II


  • UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE, TN
  • Advanced Development and Implementation of Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation Technology As An Alternative to Methyl Bromide

  • Testing of Mbi-005 for Cut Flower Production


  • UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - MADISON, MADISON, WI
  • Development of a Novel Control Strategy for Thrips and Tospoviruses in Floral Crops


  • Last Modified: 7/31/2014
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