The Vegetable Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.
Current collaborators and projects:
CLEMSON UNIVERSITY, CLEMSON, SC
Development of Genetic Resources for Host-plant Resistance to Leaf Blight Pseudomonads in Turnip Greens and Spinach
Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Program 2021
A Multi-state Effort to Contain and Manage the Invasive Guava Root Knot Nematode (GRKN) in Vegetable Crops.
FORT VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY, FORT VALLEY, GA
Screening Seeded and Seedless Watermelon Varieties for Resistance to the Whitefly-transmitted Cucurbit Leaf Crumple Virus
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, RALEIGH, NC
Development of Marketable Root-knot Nematode Resistant Sweetpotato Varieties: Translation of Genomics & Phenomics into On-farm Management Solutions
Quality Assurance Services and Support for IR-4 Minor Use Pesticide at State Facilities in North Carolina and Associated Locations
What’s That Smell? Search for Wireworm Attractants and Development of Pheromone-based Methods for Monitoring and Management - NCSU
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, THE, UNIVERSITY PARK, PA
Integrated Management of Emerging Seedborne Bacterial Diseases of Cucurbits and Chenopods
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FL
Management of Endemic and Emerging Bacterial Diseases of Capsicum by Plant Resistance, Novel Compounds, and Understanding Pathogen Diversity
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS, GA
Developing Sustainable and Profitable Tools for Management of Tomato Fields Infested with Soilborne Pathogens, Nematodes, and Weeds
Managing Whiteflies and Whitefly-transmitted Viruses in Vegetable Crops in the Southeastern U.S.
USDA, FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE (FAS), WASHINGTON, DC
Applying Biotechnology Techniques to Improve Disease Resistance of Tomato
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIV, BLACKSBURG, VA
What’s That Smell? Search for Wireworm Attractants and Development of Pheromone-based Methods for Monitoring and Management - VPI