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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)
Genomics and Genetic Improvement of Disease Resistance and Horticultural Characteristics of Watermelon, Broccoli, and Leafy Brassicas
(In-House Appropriated)
Cucurbit CAP Proposal: Leveraging Applied Genomics for Improvement of Disease Resistance
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Developing an Eastern Broccoli Industry Through Cultivar Development, Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Production and Delivery
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Genomics-guided Ribonucleicacid Interference Solutions for Whitefly Management in Cassava and World Food Crops
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Growing New Roots: Grafting to Enhance Resiliency in U.S. Vegetable Industries
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Plant Diseases (NP #303)
Biological, Genetic and Genomic Based Disease Management for Vegetable Crops
(In-House Appropriated)
Biology, Etiology and Host Resistance in Vegetable Crops to Diseases and Nematodes
(In-House Appropriated)
Applying Biotechnology Techniques to Improve Disease Resistance of Tomato
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Development of Preseason Risk Prediction Models to Facilitate Areawide Pest Management of Whitefly-transmitted Viruses of Vegetables
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
A Multi-state Effort to Contain and Manage the Invasive Guava Root Knot Nematode (GRKN) in Vegetable Crops.
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Developing Sustainable and Profitable Tools for Management of Tomato Fields Infested with Soilborne Pathogens, Nematodes, and Weeds
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Development of Genetic Resources for Host-plant Resistance to Leaf Blight Pseudomonads in Turnip Greens and Spinach
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Genomics-guided Ribonucleicacid Interference Solutions for Whitefly Management in Cassava and World Food Crops
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Growing New Roots: Grafting to Enhance Resiliency in U.S. Vegetable Industries
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Integrated Management of Emerging Seedborne Bacterial Diseases of Cucurbits and Chenopods
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Management of Endemic and Emerging Bacterial Diseases of Capsicum by Plant Resistance, Novel Compounds, and Understanding Pathogen Diversity
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Utility of Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation and Organic Herbicides for Weed and Disease Management in Organic Solanaceous Vegetable Systems
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Developing Resources to Manage the Exotic Root-knot Nematode Meloidogyne enterolobii
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Quality Assurance Services and Support for IR-4 Minor Use Pesticides at State Facilities in New Jersey and Associated Locations
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Crop Protection & Quarantine (NP #304)
Coordination of Research Activities to Register Minor Use Pesticides, and Research in Food and Ornamental Crops to Support the IR-4 Program
(In-House Appropriated)
Sustainable Approaches for Pest Management in Vegetable Crops
(In-House Appropriated)
Managing Whiteflies and Whitefly-transmitted Viruses in Vegetable Crops in the Southeastern U.S.
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Quality Assurance Services and Support for IR-4 Minor Use Pesticide at State Facilities in North Carolina and Associated Locations
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
What’s That Smell? Search for Wireworm Attractants and Development of Pheromone-based Methods for Monitoring and Management - NCSU
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
What’s That Smell? Search for Wireworm Attractants and Development of Pheromone-based Methods for Monitoring and Management - VPI
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Identification and Characterization of Sources of Pickleworm Resistance in Cucumbers
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)