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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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 DEPT OF, OLYMPIA, WA,
  • The Perennial Weed Connection: Potato Psyllid and Zebra Chip Disease in Washington Potato Fields

  • NATIONAL POTATO PROMOTION BOARD, DENVER, CO,
  • Zebra Chip (ZC) and Potato Exports: Pest Delimitation and Vector/Pathogen Monitoring Impacting Trade to the Pacific Rim

  • NORTH YAKIMA CONSERVATION DISTRICT, Yakima, WA,
  • Apple Maggot Host Elimination

  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, CORVALLIS, OR,
  • Advanced Breeding Line Evaluation, Testing and Hygienic Seed Multiplication of Potato for the Pacific Northwest

  • Development of Molecular Markers Linked to Columbia Root-Knot Nematode Tuber Resistance from Solanum tuberosum L. clone PA99N82-4

  • Validation of Differentially Expressed Genes Associated with Columbia Root Knot Nematode Resistance from Solanum bulbocastanum

  • PEAR PEST MANAGEMENT RESEARCH FUND, SACRAMENTO, CA,
  • Climate Change and Its Impact on Predicting Codling Moth Emergence

  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO, MOSCOW, ID,
  • Novel Eradication Strategies for Pale Cyst Nematode

  • Testing of Advanced Potato Germplasm for Agronomic, Storage, and Processing Quality Characteristics

  • Biology and Ecology of Psyllids and Their Associated Endosymbionts

  • Evaluating the Potential of Hatching Factors to Mitigate Potato Cyst Nematode

  • Potato Psyllid Ecology, Transmission Biology of Liberibacter, and Management of Zebra Chip Disease

  • Monitoring Potato Psyllid Populations and Liberibacter in the Pacific Northwest

  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, College Station, TX,
  • Identifying Non-Crop Sources of Infective Potato Psyllids in South Texas

  • Development of a Biocontrol Strategy for Reducing or Eliminating Potato Zebra Chip using Streptomyces

  • U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, WASHINGTON, DC,
  • Chemical Attractants for Trapping and Baiting Paper Wasps

  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, Davis, CA,
  • Quality Assurance Services and Support for IR-4 Minor Use Pesticides Residue Laboratory in Wapato, Washington

  • USDA, FAS, Washington, DC,
  • Host Status of Temperate and Tropical Fruits for Apple Maggot Fly

  • WASHINGTON STATE POTATO COMMISSION, MOSES LAKE, WA,
  • Analysis of Factors That Influence Potato Disease Resistance, Quality, and Nutritional Value

  • Developing Potatoes with Superior Disease Resistance and Phytonutrients

  • Comparative Biology of Potato Psyllid Haplotypes and Implications for Northwest Potato Growers

  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA,
  • Determining Factors that Regulating Nutritional Content, Yield, and Seed Quality of Specialty and Processing Potatoes

  • Technology to Manage Insect Pests of Temperate Tree Fruit Crops

  • Mechanistic Aspects of Tolerance to In-season Heat Stress for Retention of Postharvest Quality

  • Developing Potatoes with Superior Disease Resistance, Performance, Phytonutrients and Management

  • Mapping and Predicting Psyllid Sources, Immigration and Locality-Specific Disease Spread in the Pacific Northwest

  • The Role of Host Resistance of Potato, Rotation and Trap Crops in Controlling Soilborne Pests and Pathogens of Potato

  • Is Matrimony Vine the June Source of Potato Psyllids Colonizing Potatoes in the Pacific Northwest?

  • Host Status of Temperate and Tropical Fruits for Apple Maggot Fly

  • Cold-hardiness of Potato Psyllid Under Washington State Conditions: Implications of Host Plant, Psyllid Genetic Type, and Infection Status

  • Field Testing and Residue Analysis of Minor Use Pesticides

  • Eradication Strategies for Globodera pallida, the Pale Cyst Nematode, (PCN)

  • Immunity for Potato Cyst Nematode

  • Testing of Potato Genotypes for Utilization by Industry in Washington State

  • Sterile Litchi Tomato- PCN Eradication

  • WASHINGTON TREE FRUIT RESEARCH COMMISSION, WENATCHEE, WA,
  • Molecular Gut Content Analysis to Pinpoint Where Psylla Overwinter

  • Natural Kairomones for Monitoring and Control of Native and Invasive Tortricid Pests

  • Suppression of Pear Psylla Using Elicitors of Plant Defenses

  • Season-long Protection of Apples from Codling Moth Using Kairomonal Mass Trapping

  • Last Modified: 09/19/2017
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