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Collaborations

The Temperate Tree Fruit and Vegetable Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF, OLYMPIA, WA
  • Establishing Risk of Invasive Insect Pests in Green Yard Waste
  • Managing Potato Purple Top: Leafhopper and BLTVA Landscape Ecology
  • Gut Content Analysis to Pinpoint the Weed Sources of Potato Psyllid
  • AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON STATE DEPT OF, MOSES LAKE, WA
  • Developing Methods to Protect Potato Quality, Yields and Profitability.
  • Role of Vector Saliva in Pathogen Transmission
  • Analysis of Factors That Influence Potato Disease Resistance, Quality, and Nutritional Value
  • BOYCE THOMPSON INSTITUTE FOR PLANT RESEARCH,, ITHACA, NY
  • AgriVectors: An Open Access Resource to Encourage Productive Collaboration between Researchers of Potato and Citrus Pests and Diseases
  • COLLEGE OF IDAHO, INC. (THE), Caldwell
  • Economic Benefits of Areawide Management of Insect Vectors
  • MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY,INC, BOZEMAN, MT
  • Wigging Out, Then Wigging In: Removing Earwigs From Stone Fruit and Augmenting Them in Pome Fruit
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC
  • Uncovering the Role of Vector Salivary Genes: Can We Utilize CRISPR to Control Pathogen Transmission
  • NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, Fargo, ND
  • Understanding Differences in P. allius Populations from North Dakota and Washington State, and Their Role in TRV Transmission in Potato
  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, CORVALLIS, OR
  • Gut Content Analysis to Pinpoint the Weed Sources of Potato Psyllid in the Columbia Basin of Central Oregon
  • Gut Content Analysis to Pinpoint the Weed Sources of Potato Psyllid in Eastern Oregon
  • Potato Cultivar Sensitivity to Feeding of Three Lygus Species
  • Advanced Breeding Line Evaluation, Testing and Hygienic Seed Multiplication of Potato for the Pacific Northwest
  • Characterization of Soil Health Parameters from Nematode Infested Potato Fields in the Columbia Basin
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT RI, RIVERSIDE, CA
  • Search For Wireworm Attractants
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO, MOSCOW, ID
  • Trap Crops for Eradication of Globodera Pallida
  • Testing of Advanced Potato Germplasm for Agronomic, Storage, and Processing Quality Characteristics
  • Gut Content Analysis to Pinpoint the Weed Sources of Potato Psyllid in Idaho
  • Addressing Prevalence of Beet Curly Top Virus in Beet Leafhopper and Potato, and Screening Potato Cultivars for Susceptibility to BCTV
  • Search for Wireworm Attractants in Idaho
  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, College Station, TX
  • Identification of Psyllid Salivary Proteins to Improve Use of Host Plant Resistance
  • UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, THE
  • Establishing Risk of Invasive Insect Pests in Green Yard Waste
  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, DAVIS, CA
  • Quality Assurance Services and Support for IR-4 Minor Use Pesticides Residue Laboratory in Wapato, Washington
  • UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, URBANA, IL
  • Search for Wireworm Attractants in Illinois
  • USDA, APHIS, PPQ, S&T, RALEIGH, NC
  • Improved Risk Modeling and Monitoring for Invasive Fruit Pests
  • Improved Risk Modeling and Monitoring for Invasive Fruit Pests
  • WASHINGTON STATE TREE FRUIT RESEACH COMMISSON, WENATCHEE, WA
  • Can We Get Codling Moth Females To Stop Laying Eggs On Apple
  • Identification of Pear Tree Volatiles Attractive to Winterform Psylla
  • Incorporating Trechnites Into a Psylla Biocontrol Program
  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA
  • Improved Risk Modeling and Monitoring for Invasive Fruit Pests
  • Testing of Potato Genotypes for Utilization by Industry in Washington State
  • Hatching Factors for the Mitigation of PCN
  • Development of Potatoes with Improved Resistance to Soil-Borne Diseases
  • Understanding Differences in P. allius Populations from North Dakota and Washington State, and Their Role in TRV Transmission in Potato
  • Areawide Management of Insect Vectors in Columbia Basin Vegetable and Seed Crops
  • Field Testing of Minor Use Pesticides
  • Development of Strategies to Monitor and Mitigate Damage Caused by Soil-Borne Potato Pathogens
  • Identify Non-Crop Host Plants of the Beet Leafhopper and BLTVA in the Columbia Basin
  • Spotted Wing-Drosophila Areawide Project
  • Exploring Tobacco Rattle Virus Insensitivity Differences Between North Dakota and Washington State
  • Gut Content Analysis to Pinpoint the Weed Sources of Potato Psyllid in the Columbia Basin of Washington State
  • Developing New Potato Cultivars and Identifying Germplasm with Improved Performance
  • Identifying Important Parasites and Predators of Potato Psyllid in Non-Crop Habitats of the Columbia Basin
  • Is Matrimony Vine the June Source of Potato Psyllids Colonizing Potatoes in the Pacific Northwest?
  • Mapping and Predicting Psyllid Sources, Immigration and Locality-Specific Disease Spread in the Pacific Northwest