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Collaborations

The U.S. Horticultural Research Laboratory has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AGROSOURCE, INC., JUPITER, FL
  • Commercial Delivery of Therapeutic Solutions for HLB
  • BIOPRODEX INC, GAINESVILLE
  • Investigation of Verticillium Nonalfalfae as a Potential Bioherbicide for the Invasive Weed Ailanthus Altissima
  • CENTRAL STATE UNIVERSITY, WILBERFORCE, OH
  • Utilizing Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Determine the Effect of Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation on Soil Properties
  • CITRUS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, I, LAKE ALFRED, FL
  • Control Citrus Huanglongbing by Using The Citrus Isolate of Nectarine Marafivirus M and its Expression System
  • Development of Next-Generation SuperSour Rootstocks With Tolerance to HLB
  • Transgenic Capable Field Site to Assess HLB-Resistant and Other Improved Citrus
  • CLEMSON UNIVERSITY, CLEMSON, SC
  • CAP: Fast Selection, Assessment, and Delivery of HLB-Resistant/Tolerant Citrus Variants as New Scion and Rootstock Cultivars
  • CODEX DNA INC, SAN DIEGO
  • Cap: Therapeutic Molecule Evaluation and Field Delivery Pipeline for Solutions to HLB
  • CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA, NY
  • Cap: Therapeutic Molecule Evaluation And Field Delivery Pipeline For Solutions To HLB
  • DEVERON USA, LLC, KANSAS CITY
  • Areawide Pest Management of Whitefly and Thrips Transmitted Viruses in Fruiting Vegetables in Four Production Regions of Florida
  • F1K9 LLC, PALM COAST
  • Canine Detection of Exotic and Emerging Plant Pathogens
  • Areawide Pest Management of Whitefly- and Thrips-Transmitted Viruses in Fruiting Vegetables in Four Production Regions of Florida with F1K9
  • FD AGROTECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION, LOS ANGELES
  • Areawide Pest Management of Whitefly- and Thrips-Transmitted Viruses in Fruiting Vegetables in Four Production Regions of Florida
  • FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY, BOCA RATON, FL
  • Seedstock Improvement to Support the U.S. Warm Water Marine Finfish Industry
  • FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CITRUS, BARTOW, FL
  • Orange and Orange-like Propagation Project for Long-term Sustainability of the Orange Juice Industry
  • Quality Evaluation of Citrus Hybrids Tolerant to HLB for Juice Processing
  • FLORIDA RES. CTR. FOR AGRIC. SUSTAINABILITY I, VERO BEACH
  • Therapeutic Molecule Evaluation and Field Delivery Pipeline for Solutions to HLB
  • FLUROSAT LLC, CALABASAS
  • Areawide Pest Management of Whitefly- and Thrips-Transmitted Viruses in Fruiting Vegetables in Four Production Regions of Florida
  • GLADES CROP CARE, INC, JUPITER, FL
  • Areawide Pest Management of Whitefly- and Thrips-transmitted Viruses in Fruiting Vegetables in Four Production Regions of Florida with GCC
  • Development of Preseason Risk Prediction Models to Facilitate Areawide Pest Management of Whitefly-transmitted Viruses of Vegetables
  • HEATHCOTE BOTANICAL GARDENS, Fort Pierce, FL
  • Developing a Conservation Biological Control Strategy for Asian citrus psyllid
  • INDIAN RIVER STATE COLLEGE, FORT PIERCE
  • CAP: Therapeutic Molecule Evaluation and Field Delivery Pipeline for Solutions to HLB
  • METHYL BROMIDE ALTERNATIVES OUTREACH, FRESNO, CA
  • Fumigation and Alternatives for Production, Storage, and Trade Conference
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC
  • Development of Preseason Risk Prediction Models to Facilitate Areawide Pest Management of Whitefly-transmitted Viruses of Vegetables
  • Therapeutic Molecule Evaluation and Field Delivery Pipeline for Solutions to HLB
  • NEW VARIETIES DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT CORP, MAITLAND, FL
  • Advancing development of improved citrus scion cultivars
  • NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, RALEIGH, NC
  • Control Citrus Huanglongbing by Using the Citrus Isolate of Nectarine Marafivirus M and its Expression System
  • Collaborative Research to Control Thrips and Orthotospoviruses
  • Novel Detection, Sampling, Epidemiology and Modeling Strategies for Plant Pathogens
  • PACIFIC AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CORP., SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA
  • Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation for Organic Strawberry Production
  • PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, THE, UNIVERSITY PARK, PA
  • Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation for Enhancing and Advancing the SustainabilitY of Organic Specialty Crop Production Systems (ASD-EASY Organic)
  • Novel Production Practices for Sustainable Vegetable Production and Nutritional Value
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT RI, RIVERSIDE, CA
  • Use performance of 300 hybrids in established trials to map Huanglongbing tolerance/resistance genes and release superior new rootstocks
  • Non-Fumigant Nematode Control in Carrot
  • Large-scale Breeding and Evaluation of the Next Generation of Superior Rootstocks for Citrus Production in Regions with Huanglongbing
  • CAP: Evaluation of Promising, HLB-Resistant/Tolerant Citrus Scion Hybrids Generated by Breeding
  • Novel, non-transgenic, hybrid citrus varieties with resistance to huanglongbing: evaluation and cultivar development
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, THE, OAKLAND, CA
  • Organic Soil Treatment Methods for Nematode Control in California Carrots
  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO, LA JOLLA, CA
  • Nanopesticides for Precision Farming
  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FL
  • Soil Amendment Effects on Tomato Bacterial Spot
  • Identification, Mapping and Risk Prediction of Whitefly- and Thrips-transmitted Viruses in Fruiting Vegetables in Florida
  • Areawide Pest Management of Whitefly- and Thrips-Transmitted Viruses in Fruiting Vegetables in Four Production Regions of Florida with Univ. of FL
  • Oxytetracycline (OTC) Injection of Diverse Citrus Germplasm
  • Organic Amendment Effects on Strawberry Pathogens
  • Engineering Floral Fragrance to New Heights Using a Two-Pronged Approach
  • Greenhouse and Field Evaluation of Therapeutic Solutions to Citrus HLB
  • Tomato Resistance-breaking Tospoviruses
  • University of Florida, IFAS and FAES
  • Soil Disinfestation Treatments for Organic Carrot Production
  • Expanding Florida Avocado Production through Varietal Selection
  • Developing, Harmonizing and Extending IPM strategies for Major Arthropod Groups and New Invasive Pests of Ornamental and Floriculture Production
  • Demonstration of New Vegetable Production Techniques for Urban Horticulture
  • New Tactics to Managing Concomitant Damage by Sting Nematode and Huanglongbing in Replanted Citrus Groves
  • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA RESEARCH FOUNDATION, IN, ATHENS, GA
  • Development of Preseason Risk Prediction Models to Facilitate Areawide Pest Management of Whitefly-transmitted Viruses of Vegetables
  • UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, ESTACION EXPERIMEN, SAN JUAN, PR
  • Tomato Resistance-breaking Tospoviruses
  • UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE, TN
  • Impact of Residue Biochemical Quality on Soil Disinfestation
  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA
  • Mitigating WA38 Greasiness and Related Quality Defects (Ft Pierce)