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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Physiology and Pathology of Tree Fruits Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AGROFRESH, INC., SPRING HOUSE, PA,
  • Development and Commercial Implementation of Scald Risk Assessment Tools for Apple Storage Risk Management

  • CAL POLY CORPORATION, SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA,
  • Optimization and Implementation of Biologically Active Soil Amendments as a Fumigation Alternative for Soil-borne Disease Control in CA Strawberries

  • CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRY COMMISSION, WATSONVILLE, CA,
  • Optimization and Implementation of Biologically Active Soil Amendments as a Fumigation Alternative for Soil-borne Disease Control in CA Strawberry

  • Optimization & Implementation of Biologically Active Soil Amendments as a Fumigation Alternative for Soil-borne Disease Control in CA Strawberries

  • CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA, NY,
  • Accelerating the Development, Evaluation, and Adoption of New Apple Rootstock Technologies to Improve Apple Growers Profitability and Sustainability

  • REG VENTURES, LLC, Ames, IA,
  • Evaluation of New Carbon Sources for Use in Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation for Soilborne Disease Control in Strawberries and Apple

  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, Davis, CA,
  • Optimization/Implementation of Biologically Active Soil Amendments as Fumigation Alternative for Soil-borne Disease Control in California Strawberry

  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA CRUZ, SANTA CRUZ, CA,
  • Optimization Implementation of Biologically Active Soil Amendments as a Fumigation Alternative for Soil-borne Disease Control in California Straw

  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA,
  • Identifying and Managing Sources of Quarantene-Significant Post Harvest Diseases in Pacific Northwest Apple and Pear Orchards

  • WASHINGTON TREE FRUIT RESEARCH COMMISSION, WENATCHEE, WA,
  • Commercial Testing of Early Scald Risk Assessment Tools

  • Improving Quality and Maturity Consistency of ‘D’Anjou’

  • Risk Assessment for Delayed Sunburn and Sunscald

  • Prevalence, Biology and Management of Bull’s Eye Rot in Apple

  • Phenotyping Resistance Traits of Apple Rootstock Germplasm to Replant Pathogens

  • At-Harvest Protocols for Apple Fruit Disorder and Quality Management

  • Managing Rhizosphere/Soil Microbiology via Apple Rootstock Chemistry

  • Reducing Scald After Long-Term Controlled Atmosphere (CA) Storage

  • Last Modified: 8/24/2016
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