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Research Programs and Projects at this Location

ARS research is organized into National Programs. Within each National Program are research projects. Listed below are  the National Programs and research projects currently conducted at this location.

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Plant Genetic Resources, Genomics and Genetic Improvement (NP #301)
Development of Economically Important Row Crops that Improve the Resilience of U.S. Agricultural Production to Present and Future Production Challenges
(In-House Appropriated)
Discovery and Improvement of Traits to Enhance Sorghum as a Multiple Purpose Crop
(In-House Appropriated)
Combating Fusarium Wilt Disease, a Serious Economic Threat for Sustainable Cotton Production in the USA and Uzbekistan
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Agricultural Research Projects Conducted at the Cropping Systems Research Laboratory and Texas Tech University
(Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement)
ARS-KSU Cooperative Project on Evaluation of Sorghum Hybrid Lines Derived from ARS Lubbock Populations for Early Season Performance
(Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement)
Cultivar Development: Enhancing Productivity by Developing Grain Sorghum Hybrids Using Public and Private Sector Germplasm
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Develop a Two-Line Hybrid Breeding System Using a Nuclear Male Sterile Mutant and It's Gene
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Transforming Grain Sorghum’s Climatic Yield Potential and Grain Quality Through Trait-based Ideotype Breeding
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Improving Abiotic Stress Tolerance of Grain and Forage Sorghum
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Improving Sustainability of Low-input Cropping Systems
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Development of High Yielding Cold Tolerant Sorghum Adapted to Kansas
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)