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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Projects Subjects of Investigation at this Location
Each ARS research project has related subjects of investigation. Listed below are the subjects of investigation currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a subject of investigation will list the research projects within that subject of investigation.

Subjects of Investigation
Alfalfa
Barley
Berries and cane fruits, other
Hard red winter wheat
Insects
Ornamental trees and shrubs
Soybean
Trees, forests, and forest products, general
Weeds
Research Projects within Trees, forests, and forest products, general
item BIOCONTROL AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES FOR CONTROL OF INVASIVE SPECIES, WITH EMPHASIS ON ASIAN LONGHORNED BEETLE AND RELATED SPECIES
item BIOCONTROL OF INVASIVE PESTS SUCH AS EMERALD ASH BORER AND QUARANTINE SERVICES
item COLLECTION AND REARING OF EMERALD ASH BORER
item COOPERATIVE BIOLOGICAL CONTROL INTRODUCTIONS AGAINST EXOTIC INSECT PESTS OF MUTUAL INTEREST TO CHINA AND U.S. (INCLUDING MIRID PLANT BUGS)
item EVALUATING IMPACTS OF INDIGENOUS AND INTRODUCED PARASITOIDS ON POPULATIONS OF THE INVASIVE EMERALD ASH BORER, AGRILUS PLANIPENNIS FAIRMAIRE
item Evaluating Impacts of Natural Enemies on Population Dynamics of the Invasive Emerald Ash Borer, Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire in Maryland
item EVALUATION OF PARASITOID GUILDS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO MORTALITY OF THE EMERALD ASH BORER IN ITS NATIVE RANGE, NORTHEASTERN CHINA
item Impacts of Natural Enemies on Population Dynamics of the Emerald Ash Borer in Maryland
item NATURAL ENEMIES OF EMERALD ASH BORER IN RUSSIA
item NATURAL ENEMIES OF INVASIVE AND HIGH-RISK WOOD-BORING INSECTS IN CHINA
item Natural Enemies of Wood-Boring Insect Pests in Southwest China
item OPTIMIZATION OF METHODS FOR MASS-REARING NEWLY INTRODUCED PARASITOIDS FOR BIOCONTROL OF EMERALD ASH BORER
item OPTIMIZATION OF METHODS FOR MASS-REARING NEWLY INTRODUCED PARASITOIDS FOR BIOCONTROL OF EMERALD ASH BORER
Last Modified: 4/19/2014
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