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Collaborations

The Genetics and Sustainable Agriculture Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

COTTON INCORPORATED, CARY, NC
  • Identification and Genetic Characterization of New Sources of Cotton Resistance to Root-knot and Reniform Nematode
  • Evaluation of Tri-species Chromosome Substitution Lines (CS) with Novel Alleles for Improved Fiber Quality Traits (CI project 16-349)
  • Identification and Genetic Characterization of New Sources of Cotton Resistance to Root-knot and Reniform Nematode - CI project 18-191
  • CIF - Characterization and Genetics of Meloidogyne Incognita & Rotylenchulus Reniformis Resistance
  • Evaluation of Tri-species Chromosome Substitution Lines (CS) with Novel Alleles for Valuable Traits
  • Evaluation of Tri-species Chromosome Substitution Lines (CS) with Novel Alleles for Valuable Traits (CI Project# 19-115)
  • MISSISSIPPI SOYBEAN PROMOTION BOARD, CANTON, MS
  • Stabilizing Dryland Soybean Yield and Profit in Dominant Soils Across Mississippi (MSPB 62-2019)
  • Stabilizing Dryland Soybean Yield and Profit in Dominant Soils Across Mississippi (MSPB Project 62-2018)
  • Stablizing Dryland Soybean Yield and Profit in Dominant Soils Across Mississippi (MSPB Project 62-2017)
  • Improving Dryland Soybean Yield, Profit and Health of Dominant Soils Across Mississippi
  • MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, Mississippi State, MS
  • Advancement of UAS/UAV Application Systems
  • NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, FARGO, ND
  • Advanced UAS/UAV Application and Data Management Systems and Bioinformatics Tools Integrate GxExM Data for Precision Agricultural Management