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July 2 Turning Plant Resources into Plastics Makes Peoria Researcher a Fulbright Scholar
July 1 Curbing Phosphorus Losses: There's an App for That
   
June 29 Reconnecting Livestock and Crop Farming to Transform the Use of Manure
June 25 What Kind of Bee Is That Bee? Exotic Bee ID Website Expanded
June 25 Horned-Face Bees Sublet in a Honey Bee Colony
June 23 ARS Scientists Probe Pollinator Survival Strategies
June 22 Helping Honey Bees Make It Through Winter With Early Cold Storage
June 9 Agricultural Research Scientists Honored for Their Federal Service
June 5 U.S. National Arboretum Set to Reopen June 8
June 4 Successful Detailed Tracking of Major Plant Disease's Global Spread
   
May 28 Bug Vacuum Captures Unidentified Flying Insects—and Valuable Data
May 27 How to Ensure Quality Wheat: Check for Sulfur in the Soil
May 26 2020 Agricultural Research Service W.O. Atwater Memorial Lecturer
May 19 Microbe with Taste for Stale Bread Finds Its Calling
May 14 Three Joy Peaches Released
May 13 Researchers Identify Romaine Lettuces That Last Longer
May 11 Microalgae Food for Honey Bees
May 7 Preparing U.S. Rice for a Parched Future
May 6 New Freeze-Resistant Trichinella Species Discovered
May 4 Building a Better, Biobased Cat Litter
   
April 23 Will There be Enough Grass for Grazing Livestock this Summer? This Tool Can Help
April 20 Bioinsecticide-minded Researchers Prospect for Purple-Pigmented Bacterium
April 14 New Hemlock Hybrid Withstands Killing Insect
April 10 USDA-ARS Scientists and Colleagues Find a New Tool to Combat Fusarium Head Blight in Wheat
April 7 A New Option for Texas: Pima Cotton
   
March 12 New Tool Could Help Scientists Dig Deeper for Prized Crop Genes
March 2 Researchers Put Cornstarch to Use Fighting Pests
   
February 19 New Test Identifies Poisonous Mushrooms
February 10 Freeze-Dried Strawberries and Ice Cream Make for a Very Stable Relationship
February 6 Citizen Scientists Needed for Beans and Pulses-Cooking Project
February 3 Trained Dogs Are the Most Efficient Way to Hunt Citrus Industry's Biggest Threat
   
January 28 Brown Rice Variety Packs Antioxidant Punch
January 22 ARS Ecologists Address a Burning Question
January 14 New ARS Food and Nutrition Research Briefs Issued
January 13 Scientists Bolt Down the Defenses Against Ambrosia Beetles