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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Forage and Range Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

CHINA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, BEIJING,
  • Development of Novel Cool-Season Grasses, Legumes, and Forage Shrub Germplasm for Use in Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Dry Environments


  • CHINESE ACADEMY OF AGRICULTRAL SCIENCES, BEIJING,
  • The Evaluation of Novel Cool-Season Grasses, Legumes and Forage Shrub Germplasm for Use in Irrigated and Nonirrigated Temperate Environments


  • CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, YANGLING, SHAANZI,
  • Development of Novel Cool-Season Grasses for Use in Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Dry Temperature Growing Environments


  • FLUX FARM, CARBONDALE, CO
  • Testing Perennial Grasses for Low-Input Biomass Production and Persistence in Cold High-Elevation Growing Environments of the Western U.S.


  • NINGXIA ECO AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY LTD.(NEAT), YINCHUAN, NINGXIA,
  • Development of Cool-Season Grass for Use in Dryland Semiarid Growing Environments in the U.S. and P.R. China


  • UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY, LOGAN, UT
  • Develop and Evaluate Grass and Legume Mixtures for Improved Livestock Performance

  • Evaluate and Develop Low Maintenance Turfgrasses

  • Grass-Legume Mixtures to Enhance Sustainability of Irrigated Pastures

  • Collection and Evaluation of Plant Materials for Rangelands of the Intermountain Region of the Western U.S.

  • Assessment of Rangeland and Turf Grasses for Abiotic Stress Response

  • Development and Utilization of Genetic Markers and Maps for Breeding Perennial Forage, Range, and Turf Plants of the Western U.S.


  • XINJIANG AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, URUMQI,
  • Development of Novel Cool-Season Grasses and Legumes for Use in Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Dry Temperate Growing Environments


  • Last Modified: 4/23/2014
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