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Collaborations

The Tropical Crop and Commodity Protection Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

ANIMAL AND PLANT QUARANTINE AGENCY
  • Fumigation Treatments to Eliminate Invasive Pests of Concern in U.S.-Korea Trade
  • Development of Ethyl Formate Fumigation and its Application on Pineapple Mealybugs
  • FOOD & AGRICULTURE, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF, SACRAMENTO, CA
  • Optimizing Male Attraction Technique Application Density Against Bactrocera dorsalis
  • HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA LIMITED
  • Sex Selection Genes from Fruit Fly Species for Use in SITplus
  • INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, WIEN
  • Simultaneous Applications of SIT and MAT to Enhance Pest Bactrocera Management
  • STATE OF HAWAII, DEPT OF LAND AND NATURAL RES, Honolulu, HI
  • Trap Development and Biological Assessment of Acalolepta aesthetica (an Invasive Longhorn Beetle Attacking Cacao)
  • SYNERGISTIC HAWAII AGRICULTURE COUNCIL (SHAC), Hilo
  • On-Farm Validation of Harvesting as a Control Practice for Coffee Berry Borer Infestations
  • UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SYSTEMS, HONOLULU, HI
  • Demonstrating Bioeconomy Technologies for the Tropics
  • Area-wide IPM for Coffee Berry Borer Control under Variable Landscapes in Hawaii's Coffee Growing Regions
  • Improved Detection and Control of Tropical Invasive Insect Pests
  • Bactrocera ID Tools (FB3.0406.04; FY2018)
  • 3.0292.03 Bactrocera ID Tools FY19
  • 6R.0392.00 Expanding Non-Transgenic Genetic Sexing Systems to New Pest Tephritid Species
  • FB6.0331 FF Non-transgenic Genetic Sexing Systems
  • Postharvest Technology and Nutrition Studies for Hawaii Specialty Crops and Fruits
  • Preharvest and Postharvest Technologies to Improve Production, Disease Management and Quality of Papaya and Other Tropical Fruit
  • Application of Novel and Effective Oviposition Deterrents for Bactrocera Dorsalis and Other Invasive Fruit Flies
  • Identification of Giant African Snail Odors to Aid Detector Dog Training
  • Systems Approaches to Improve Production and Quality of Specialty Crops Grown in the U.S. Pacific Basin
  • 3.0351.03 Resolving Species Complexes of Bactrocera Fruit Flies FY20
  • Systems approaches to eliminate pests of concern to the Hawaii Ornamental Export Industry
  • 6.0179 Expanding Non-transgenic Genetic Sexing Systems to New Pests Tephritids
  • Development of Ethyl Formate Fumigation and its Application on Pineapple Mealybugs
  • Identification of a Fruit Fly Surrogate and Development of Postharvest Treatments for the Quarantine Pest Bactrocera Dorsalis
  • UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, RIO PIEDRAS, PR
  • Integrated Pest Management of Coffee Berry Borer in Puerto Rico
  • Areawide IPM of Coffee Berry Borer in Puerto Rico
  • Areawide IPM of Coffee Berry Borer in Puerto Rico (Mayaguez)
  • Areawide - Integration of Coffee Berry Borer Studies in Puerto Rico
  • USDA, APHIS, MISSION, TX
  • 3.0351.03 Resolving Species Complexes of Bactrocera Fruit Flies FY20
  • 3.0292.03 Bactrocera ID Tools FY19
  • Expanding Non-transgenic Genetic Sexing Systems to New Pests Tephritids
  • 6R.0392.00 Expanding Non-Transgenic Genetic Sexing Systems to New Pest Tephritid Species
  • Resolving Species Complexes of Bactrocera Fruit Flies
  • FB6.0331 FF Non-transgenic Genetic Sexing Systems
  • USDA, APHIS, PPQ, ER, RALEIGH, NC
  • Identification of Giant African Snail Odors to Aid Detector Dog Training
  • Application of Novel and Effective Oviposition Deterrents for Bactrocera Dorsalis and other Invasive Fruit flies
  • Identification of a Fruit Fly Surrogate and Development of Postharvest Treatments for the Quarantine Pest Bactrocera Dorsalis
  • USDA, APHIS, PPQ, S&T, RALEIGH, NC
  • Improving Protection Against Bactrocera and other Tephritid Fruit Flies
  • Studies of Queensland Longhorn Beetle to Monitor and Control its Spread in Hawaii