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Response of sugar beet varieties to Cercospora leaf spot. On the left is a susceptible variety and on the right is a resistant line developed by the USDA-ARS breeding program.
This plate is an isolate of Cercospora beticola growing on a pH indicator medium, showing one of the types of impacts a fungus can have on its environment.
The new apple harvest and automatic infield sorting machine developed by ARS researchers at East Lansing, Michigan.
The new apple harvest and sorting machine being tested in a commercial orchard.
Research Technicians Scott Shaw and Tom Goodwill (L-R) and Pathologist Linda Hanson determining sugar yield of Recombinant Inbred Lines in the Old Botany field on the campus of Michigan State University.
The Sugarbeet and Bean Research is located in East Lansing, MI and is part of the Midwest Area.
The Research Leader is Renfu Lu.
1066 BOGUE STREET, #384
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
East Lansing, MI 48824