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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Programs and Projects at this Location
ARS research is organized into National Programs. Within each National Program are research projects. Listed below are the National Programs and research projects currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a National Program (NP) will take you to the main ARS site for more information on the program. Clicking on a research project title will take you to more information on the project.


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Crop Protection & Quarantine (NP #304)
Chemical Alternatives to Methyl Bromide for Quarantine and Post-Harvest Pests
(Appropriated)
Non-Chemical Alternatives for Post-Harvest Pests of Fresh Fruits, Dried Fruits, Tree Nuts, and Other Durable Commodities
(Appropriated)
Flight-Response of Brown Marmorated Stink Bug to Olfactory Cues from Potential Hosts: Developing Attract & Kill Applications
(General Cooperative Agreement)
Integrated Navel Orangeworm Control and Insecticide Fate-Transport
(General Cooperative Agreement)
Retaining Export and Food Security of U.S. Specialty Crops: Low-Emission Methyl Bromide Fumigations for Quarantine and Pre-Shipment Uses
(General Cooperative Agreement)
Sampling for Lepidopteran Infestation in Walnuts
(General Cooperative Agreement)
Sampling for Lepidopteran Infestation in Walnuts
(General Cooperative Agreement)
Circumventing Ovicidal Deficiencies of Sulfuryl Fluoride and Other Postharvest Fumigants
(Reimbursable)
Navel Orangeworm in Southern Central Valley Walnuts: Source, Seasonal Abundance, and Impact of Mating
(Reimbursable)
Optimization of “horn” Phosphine Fumigations to Retain California Walnut Exports
(Reimbursable)
Postharvest Treatment of California Raspberries to Eliminate the Spotted Wing Drosophila
(Reimbursable)
Postharvest Treatment of California Strawberries to Eliminate Key Mite Pests for Export Markets
(Reimbursable)
Analysis of Sex Pheromone-Based Mating Disruption Mechanisms in Navel Orangeworm
(Trust)
Assessing Persistence and Efficacy of New Insecticides in Pistachios
(Trust)
Assessment of Application Coverage to Control Navel Orangeworm
(Trust)
Breaking Critical Pest-Related Trade Barriers for California Citrus Exports
(Trust)
Development of Attract and Kill Traps for Olive Fruit Fly
(Trust)
Impact of Sex, Age, and Mating Status on Flight Behavior of the Navel Orangeworm
(Trust)
Impact of Sex, Age, and Mating Status on Flight Behavior of the Navel Orangeworm in Almonds
(Trust)
Integrated Navel Orangeworm Control, Resistance Management, Insecticide Fate-Transport, and Mrl Mitigation
(Trust)
Novel Postharvest Fumigation of Sweet Cherries for Fruit Fly Pests
(Trust)
Optimization of “horn” Phosphine Fumigations for Reducing Qps Methyl Bromide Treatment of Fresh Fruit to Control Key Quarantine Pests
(Trust)
Postharvest Cold-Treatment of California Stone Fruit (Peaches, Plums, Nectarines and Apricots) for the Spotted Wing Drosophila, Drosophila Suzukii
(Trust)
Standard and Commercial Formulatins for the Navel Orangeworm Sex Pheromone
(Trust)
Quality and Utilization of Agricultural Products (NP #306)
Maintaining Quality and Extending Shelf and Shipping Life of Fresh Fruit with No Or Minimal Synthetic Pesticide Inputs
(Appropriated)
Influence of Pre and Postharvest Treatments on Table Grape and Blueberry Quality
(General Cooperative Agreement)
The Role of Potassium in Quality of Grapes after Harvest
(Reimbursable)
New Technologies to Minimize Postharvest Decay of Citrus
(Trust)
Optimizing Foliar Potassium Use in Table Grape Vineyards
(Trust)
Preharvest and Postharvest Practices to Extend the Shelf-Life of Table Grapes
(Trust)
Methyl Bromide Alternatives (NP #308)
In Season Insecticide Control of Navel Orangeworm, Assessment of Application Coverage, and Relative Environmental Stability of Insecticides
(General Cooperative Agreement)
In Season Insecticide Control of Navel Orangeworm: Effect of Fungal Metabolism on Nut Hull Degradation
(General Cooperative Agreement)
Retaining Export and Food Security of U.S. Specialty Crops: Low-Emission Methyl Bromide Fumigations for Quarantine and Pre-Shipment Uses
(General Cooperative Agreement)
Navel Orangeworm Biological Control
(Reimbursable)
Control of Navel Orangeworm in Almonds Using Insecticides and Assessing Spray Coverage
(Trust)
Designation of Fruit Host Preference of Spotted Wing Drosophila to Different Types of Stone Fruit Marketed for Commercial Export
(Trust)
Development of Attract and Kill Traps for Olive Fruit Fly
(Trust)
Improved Navel Orangeworm Control in Pistachios
(Trust)
Postharvest Treatments to Eliminate Invasive Pests of Concern to the California Table Grape Industry
(Trust)
Retaining Export and Food Security of U.S. Specialty Crops: Low-Emission Methyl Bromide Fumigations for Quarantine and Pre-Shipment Uses
(Trust)
Standard and Commercial Formulatins for the Navel Orangeworm Sex Pheromone
(Trust)
Last Modified: 8/2/2014
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