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December 5 Some Crops Tolerate Ozone Pollution Better Than Others, Study Finds
November 17 USDA Introduces a Multi-Year Plan to Strengthen U.S. Genebank Management of Plant Germplasm
November 15 USDA Unveils Updated Plant Hardiness Zone Map
November 13 USDA Researchers Confirm Six Unique Strains of African Swine Fever Virus
November 3 USDA Holds Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for the Sam Farr United States Crop Improvement and Protection Research Center in Salinas, California
November 1 USDA Scientist Recognized for Transforming Food Safety Systems and Protecting the World’s Food Supply
October 23 Microbial Allies May Help Turn Tables on Tar Spot Fungus in Corn
October 18 Do Adult Cicadas Actually Feed on Anything?
October 17 Geospatial Technology Can Help Corn Producers Assess Potential Wind Damage in Fields
September 28 Scientists Ratchet Up Key Amino Acid in Corn
September 13 USDA Announces 2023 Awardees of 1890 Faculty Research Sabbatical Program, Accepting Applications for 2024
September 12 USDA Commemorates 100 Years of Contributions to the Grape Industry
September 6 USDA to Break Ground on New Plant Research Facility on NC State University Campus
September 5 Scientists Spice Up Their Mosquito Weaponry with Mustard
August 23 ARS Scientists and Research Partners Work on Developing Field Diagnostic Kit for Lebbeck Mealybug with a Safer Alternative
August 14 Training Modules Available to Help Producers Better Manage Phosphorus Losses
August 10 Rye the Right Crop for “Nabbing” Nitrates, Capturing Carbon and Generating Bioenergy
August 3 U.S. Department of Agriculture Holds a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Opening of a New Laboratory Building in Texas
August 2 USDA Research Center in Stuttgart Commemorates 25 Years of Contributions to the Rice Industry
August 1 USDA, Washington State University Break Ground on New State-of-the-Art Agricultural Research Facility
July 31 Scientists Made A Healthy Crop Healthier
July 27 USDA Research Identifies Moths that Slow the Spread of Invasive Fern
July 25 USDA Research Identifies and Tracks Moth Species That Can Destroy Packaged Food
July 19 July Issue of ARS Food and Nutrition Research Briefs Released
July 11 Scientists Build a Healthy Dietary Pattern Using Ultra-Processed Foods
June 29 Honey Bees More Faithful to Their Flower Patches Than Bumble Bees
June 26 Old Bulls Bring New Genetic Benefits To Light
June 21 Varroa Mites and Deformed Wing Virus Make Honeybees More Susceptible to Insecticides
June 20 Completing Genome of Rusty Patched Bumble Bee May Offer New Approach to Saving Endangered Bee
June 15 Producers Can Now go "Whole Hog" on New Heat Stress App for Pigs
June 5 BRIDGEcereal: Self-Teaching Web App Improves Speed, Accuracy of Classifying DNA Variations Among Cereal Varieties
May 23 USDA, University of Kentucky Break Ground on New Forage Research Building
May 22 Time is of the Essence: 100 Years of Data Identify the Right Time to Regenerate Perennial Grasses
May 16 A Purrr-fect Use for Soy Waste?
May 15 Timing Matters When Reducing Fusarium Head Blight in Winter Barley
May 9 Scientists Use Gene-Editing Technology to Produce First Calf Resistant to Major Viral Disease
May 8 USDA-ARS Research Entomologist Named Finalist in the Samuel J. Heyman Service To America Medal
May 8 USDA's Research Chemist Named Finalist in The Science, Technology and Environment Category For Samuel J. Heyman Service To America Medal
May 8 New Research Reveals How Grazing Management Practices Affect Cattle Weight Gain by Altering Foraging Behavior
April 25 Keeping Corn from Frequenting the Phosphorus Buffet Line
April 24 Sorghum Bran Rises as an Ingredient for Enhancing Gluten-Free Bread
April 19 USDA-ARS Names Two Scientists To Hall of Fame
April 12 Scientists Evaluate Potential Human Cannabinol Exposure from Consuming Meat if Cattle is Fed Hempseed Cake
April 11 USDA Researchers Develop Natural, Washable Antimicrobial Cleaning Wipes
April 10 USDA-ARS Now Stewarding the Rangeland Analysis Platform
March 28 USDA-ARS Joins WCR Global Coffee Breeding Network, Adds Access to New Germplasm
March 27 Don't Pass on Those Veggies! Eating the Right Amount Can Improve Mental Health and Happiness
March 14 Researchers Aim to Reduce Pesticide Drift in the Lower Mississippi Delta
March 8 The Agricultural Research Service is Breeding a Better Potato for a Better Potato Chip
March 6 Researchers Develop Sweetpotato Clones with Improved Insect Resistance and Weed Tolerance
February 23 U.S. National Arboretum Offers Solution to Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Pest
February 22 Bioluminescence May Shine Light on Roundworm Secrets
February 15 DNA Research Finds Low Genetic Diversity Among U.S. Honey Bees
February 7 USDA-ARS Scientists Developing New Tests, New Ways to Track COVID In Wild and Domestic Animals
February 6 USDA Names Simon Liu as New ARS Administrator
February 2 Strengthening Sorghum Against a Worldwide Fungal Threat
January 31 Sorghum: The Unlikely Food Source for Pollinators
January 19 Metabolic Pathway in Honey Bees Discovered with Strong Connections to Winter Colony Losses
January 18 USDA Researchers Develop Naturally Fire-Resistant Cotton Lines
January 17 New ARS Food and Nutrition Research Briefs Issued