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Collaborations

The Horticultural Crops Disease and Pest Management Research Unit has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

CLEMSON UNIVERSITY, CLEMSON, SC
  • Detection and Management of Phytophthora species in Nurseries and Greenhouses
  • DELAWARE VALLEY UNIVERSITY, DOYLESTOWN
  • Fungicide Resistance, Hormesis, and Fungal Pathogens in Controlled Environment Crops
  • DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF, FAYETTEVILLE, AR
  • Strawberry Nursery Production in the U.S.: What are the High Risk Viruses Circulating in the System? (Arkansas)
  • Resistance Screening and Epidemiology of a New Carlavirus Infecting Blueberry
  • GYEONGGIDO AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH & EXTENSION
  • Identification of the Physiological Mechanism of Pheromone Biosynthesis in Thrips and Development of Biological Control Methods
  • MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST LANSING, MI
  • Evaluation of the Hop Cyst Nematode, Heterodera Humuli, an Emerging Pathogen of United States Hop (Humulus Lupulus) Production
  • Advancing Novel Tactics and Triaging Fungicide Resistance for Botrytis cinerea and other Profit-limiting Pathogens
  • BLUE-DYNAMO: An Interactive Platform to Deliver Blueberry Disease and Horticultural Management Strategies for Fruit Rots
  • NORTHWEST BERRY FOUNDATION, PORTLAND
  • Pest Management for Spotted Wing-Drosophila - Area Wise Pest Managament
  • Sustainable Management of Arthropod Pests in Horticultural Crops
  • Assessing the Role of Gnomoniopsis Idaeicola and Other Fungal Cane Blight Pathogens in Blackberry Collapse
  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, CORVALLIS, OR
  • Managing Phytophthora ramorum in the Pacific Northwest
  • Improving Nursery Plant Health for Nurseries in the Pacific Northwest
  • Developing a Spray-Induced Gene Silencing (SIGS) Method for the Control of Grape Powdery Mildew (Erysiphe necator)
  • Developing Methods to Control and Manage Sudden Oak Death in Oregon
  • Boxwood Blight Presence and Management in Oregon Nurseries
  • A Systems Approach for Managing Bacterial Blight of Carrot
  • Improvement of a Novel Plant-Based Deterrent Against Drosophila Suzukii
  • Improving Plant Health in Nursery Production Through Genomic Approaches
  • Spotted Wing-drosophila Area Wide and Emerging Pests Project
  • Whole Genome Sequencing for Epidemiology, Population Structure, and Fungicide Resistance of Botrytis spp. in the Pacific Northwest
  • Biological Fungicides Tank Mixed with Sulfur for Management of Grape Powdery Mildew
  • Erythritol Efficacy and Non-target Effects
  • Monitoring of Insects Using Deep Learning and Automated Systems
  • Distribution and Abundance of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes in Oregon Vineyards
  • Development of Hazelnuts for Resistance to Eastern Filbert Blight
  • Understanding the Extent of Symphylan Damage in Strawberry Production
  • Development of Biologically-based Pest Control Strategies for Invasive Pests
  • Prevalence of Cranberry Fruit Rots in Commercial Production Beds in Oregon and Washington
  • Pulse Electricity: A Non-Chemical Approach for the Management of Nematodes, Pathogens, and Weeds in Nurseries
  • Fungal Microbiome Associated with Grapevine Trunk Diseases in Oregon Vineyards
  • Plant-Parasitic Nematodes of the Pacific Northwest Nursery Industry
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO, MOSCOW, ID
  • Screening for Viruses Pathogenic to Potato Cyst Nematode
  • Crop Rotation and Development of Resistance for Control of Globodera pallida
  • Natural Nematicidal Compounds from Litchi Tomato
  • Identifying Huckleberry Pollinators and the Impact of Soil Amendment Treatments
  • Systems Approach to Controlling Nematodes in US Potato Production
  • Characterization and Epidemiology of Grapevine Trunk Diseases (GTD) in Idaho
  • Potato Cyst Nematode (Globodera spp.) Genetic Diversity
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, MINNEAPOLIS, MN
  • Evaluation of Novel Cold Hardy Grape Rootstocks for Use in the Pacific Northwest
  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, DAVIS, CA
  • Detection of Phytophthora Infections in West Coast Nurseries
  • Strawberry Nursery Production in the U.S.: What are the High Risk viruses Circulating in the System? (UC Davis)
  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FL
  • TomSPOT - an Integrated Toolbox for Managing Tomato Bacterial Diseases in North America
  • UNIVERSITY OF MAINE SYSTEM, ORONO, ME
  • On-Farm Integration of Organic Management of Spotted-Wing Drosophila in Fruit Crops
  • UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM, MADISON, WI
  • Systems Approach to Managing the Expression (Same) of Cranberry Fruit Rot
  • Natural Nematicidal Products from Litchi Tomato
  • USDA, APHIS, PPQ, S&T, RALEIGH, NC
  • Optimizing Certification and Quarantine Protocols for Fragaria and Rubus Nursery Production and Plant Material Movement
  • Strawberry Nursery Production in the U.S.: What are the High Risk Viruses Circulating in the System?
  • VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIV, BLACKSBURG, VA
  • Improving Boxwood Blight Mitigation through Innovation, Economic Analysis and Education
  • WALTERS, THOMAS WILLIAM, ANACORTES
  • Trials of Advanced Raspberry Selections to Evaluate Suitability for IQF Processing and to Promote Adoption
  • Assessing and Managing Blueberry Scorch Virus in Washington and Oregon
  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA
  • Monitoring Botrytis Fungicide Resistance on Blueberries in Washington and Oregon
  • Spotted Wing-Drosophila Areawide Project
  • Management of Botrytis of Cut Flowers
  • Determining Critical Stages for Botrytis Infection in Highbush Blueberries
  • Genomic Prediction for Quantitative Resistance to Root Lesion Nematode in Raspberry
  • Genomic Prediction for Quantitative Resistance to Root Lesion Nematode in Raspberry
  • Improving IPM Programs for Blueberries and Raspberries in the PNW
  • WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, BELLINGHAM
  • Establishment and Cultivar-Specific Associations of Mycorrhizal Fungi in Newly-Turned Raspberry Fields