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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
Animal research, general
Beans (dry)
Beans (fresh, fresh-processed)
Beef cattle, live animal
Berries and cane fruits, other
Citrus, general/other
Cole crops (includes cabbage, kale, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower,
Cool season perennial grasses (includes bluegrass, bromegrass, fescue)
Corn (for sweetcorn use 1480)
Cross-commodity research--multiple crops
Cucurbits, other (includes pumpkin, squash, gourd)
Dairy cattle, live animal
Deciduous tree fruits, other
Desert and semidesert shrub land and shinnery
Duck and goose, live animal
Egg-type chicken, live animal
Feed and feed additives
Forage legumes, other
General technology
Grain sorghum
Grapes, other
Greens and leafy vegetables (includes endive, lettuce, spinach)
Hard red winter wheat
Herbaceous perennials and decorative greens
Honey bees
Horses, ponies, and mules
Individuals (as workers, consumers, members of society)
Leguminous vegetables, other
Meat, beef cattle
Meat-type chicken, live animal
Melons (includes cantaloupe, muskmelon, watermelon)
Microorganisms, general/other
Miscellaneous and new crops, general/other
Noncrop plant research
Oilseed and oil crops, general/other
Onion, garlic, leek, shallot
Ornamental trees and shrubs
Ornamentals and turf, general/other (includes cacti)
Pasture and forage crops, general/other
Peas (dry)
Peas (fresh, fresh-processed)
Perennial grasses, other
Potted plants
Poultry meat
Poultry, general/other
Rhizomes, tubers, bulbs, and root crops, general/other (for potato use 1310)
River basins
Sewage and waste disposal facilities and systems
Soft red wheat
Soil and land, general
Solanaceous and related crops, general/other (for potato use 1310)
Sugar cane
Summer annual grasses (includes forage sorghums, sudangrass, sorghum)
Sweet potato
Sweet sorghum
Swine, general/other
Swine, live animal
Table grapes
Tropical/subtropical fruit, general/other
Turkey, live animal
Upland cotton
Vegetables, general/other
Warm season perennial grasses (includes dallisgrass, bluestems)
Water resources
Watersheds and river basins, general
Wetland and riparian systems
Wheat, other
Wine grapes
Winter annual legumes (includes subterranean clover, arrowleaf clover)
Wood and wood products
Research Projects within Wine grapes
item Application of An Aggregation Pheromone for Management of the Diaprepes Root Weevil
item Chemical Ecology of Asian Citrus Psyllid in Relation to Myrtaceous Plant Species
item Deep Sequencing of Diaphorina Citri
item Determination of Attractive Host Plant Volatiles and Sex Pheromones of Asian Citrus Psyllid Using Eags and Gc-Ead
item Developing a Phloem Penetration/antimicrobial Treatment to Reduce/elimate Candidatus Liberibacter from Existing Citrus Trees
item Development of Novel Insect Control Strategies Based on Rnai and Insect Deterrent Proteins for Insect Pests of Citrus
item Genetic Basis and Effect of Diet on Color Polymorphism in the Diaprepes Root Weevil
item Identification of Bacillius Thuringiensis Endotoxins Active Against Adult Asian Citrus Psyllid
item Interdisciplinary Approaches to Advance Citrus Disease Research & Product Dvlpmt to Ensure the Sustainability of the Natl Citrus Industry
item Ipm Technologies for Insect Pests of Orchard Crops
item Large-Scale Mating Disruption of Citrus Leafminer for Validation and Product Launch
item Pathogens of Invasive Insects
item Rear and Release Psyllids As Biological Control Agents-An Economical and Feasible Mid-Term Solution for Huanglongbing (Hlb) Disease
item Semiochemical-Based Technology for Control of Citrus Pests
item Semiochemicals for Control of Citrus Leafminer and Citrus Canker Disease with Application for Control of Asian Citrus Psyllid and Hlb
item Targeting the Asian Citrus Psyllid Feeding Mechanism As a Means of Blocking Psyllid Feeding on Citrus (Enhancement Award)
item Virus of Hemipterans: Leafhoppers and Psyllids
item Why Is Poncirus Trifoliata Resistant to Colonization by Asian Citrus Psyllid?
Last Modified: 8/27/2014
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