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Collaborations

The Byron, Georgia has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

FORT VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY, FORT VALLEY, GA
  • Development of New Stone Fruit Cultivars and Rootstocks for the Southeastern United States
  • Enhancing Food Safety in Pecan Processing
  • Integrated Animal Production Research
  • GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, ATLANTA, GA
  • Validating Bacterial Spot Resistant Markers to Ensure Reliable Marker-assisted Selection of Peaches
  • MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST LANSING, MI
  • Developing Alternative Management Strategies for Borer Pests in Stone Fruits Following the Loss of Chlorpyrifos
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, U, KANSAS CITY
  • Ecology and Integrated Management of Ambrosia Beetles in Eastern U.S. Orchard and Ornamental Tree Crops
  • NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY, LAS CRUCES, NM
  • Trees for the Future: Coordinated Development of Genetic Resources and Tools to Accelerate Breeding of Geographic and Climate Adapted Pecan Trees.
  • OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, THE, COLUMBUS, OH
  • Pest Management Using Novel Bacterial Toxins With Pecan As A Model Crop System
  • PHERONYM, INC., WOODLAND, FL
  • Flatheaded Borer Management in Specialty Tree Crops
  • Ecology and Integrated Management of Ambrosia Beetles in Eastern U.S. Orchard and Ornamental Tree Crops
  • SICHUAN ACADEMY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, YAAN, SICHUAN 625014
  • Biological Control Technology for Hidden Pests Based on Interaction Mechanism Between Entomopathogenic Nematode and Their Insect Hosts
  • SOUTH CAROLINA CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, CLEMSON, SC
  • Stonefruit Rootstock Breeding and Development for Resistance to Soilborne Diseases and Parasitic Nematodes
  • TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY, NASHVILLE, TN
  • Flatheaded Borer Management in Specialty Tree Crops
  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, COLLEGE STATION, TX
  • Chemical Cues from Beneficial Nematodes Enhance Plant Resistance and Strengthen Biological Control
  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FL
  • Development of effective economical microbial strategies to combat major nematode and fungal pests in turfgrass systems
  • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS, GA
  • Integrating Biorational Approaches to Control Plant Parasitic Nematodes and Weeds in Organic Vegetable Systems
  • Advanced Manufacturing Opportunities to Enhance Pecan Shelling Processing
  • Advances in Application Technology of Microbial Control Agents
  • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA RESEARCH FOUNDATION, IN, ATHENS, GA
  • Advanced Manufacturing Opportunities to Enhance Pecan Shelling Processing – Testbed Development