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Is ARS research lurking in your garden? Learn more about research at the U.S. National Arboretum
What do you do with an unruly "guest" who refuses to behave? In Florida, ARS researchers invited a new guest to the party; one with a very special appetite. Learn more about research to control the Brazilian pepper tree—one of the most aggressive plant species in the world.
ARS horticulturist Eric Brennan at ARS's Crop Improvement and Protection Research Unit, specializes in crop production and climate-smart farming. Learn more about his research.
Our Work Continues
See the newest images of ARS scientists, researchers, and support staff across the country as they continue to do essential work through this challenging time.
ARS delivers scientific solutions to national and global agricultural challenges. Learn more about ARS research accomplishments in the latest ARS Annual Report on Science.
Did you know that ARS is on YouTube? Explore our new YouTube channel to see how our research touches your life. bit.ly/2lZbNTT