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A human nutrition study reaffirmed the health benefits of substituting whole-grain foods like whole-wheat bread, oatmeal, barley, rye, and brown or wild rice for refined-grain products like white bread in the diet. Read
ARS entomologist Steven Cook will be leading a $1 million funded international consortium of scientists to seek new controls for Varroa mites, honey bees' number one problem. More
Read the March 2018 issue of AgResearch magazine online now.
Ernest James Harris, an Agricultural Research Service Hall of Fame scientist internationally known for finding innovative ways to control fruit flies that threaten crops around the world, died Tuesday in Kaneohe, Hawaii. Read more