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Research Projects Subjects of Investigation at this Location

Each ARS research project has related subjects of investigation.  Listed below are the subjects of investigation currently conducted at this location.

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Subjects of Investigation
Banana
Citrus, general/other
Coffee
Cross-commodity research--multiple crops
Edible tree nuts, general/other
Insects
Mango
Miscellaneous and new crops, general/other
Ornamentals and turf, general/other (includes cacti)
Papaya
Pineapple
Sugar cane
Sweet potato
Taro
Tropical/subtropical fruit, general/other
Vegetables, general/other
Research Projects within Citrus, general/other
item 22-8130-0984 - Molecular Diagnostics for the Mango Fruit Fly Complex
item 22-8130-0984 Molecular Diagnostics for the Mango Fruit Fly Complex Year 2
item 3.0292.03 Bactrocera ID Tools FY19
item 3.0292.03 Bactrocera ID Tools FY19
item 6R.0392.00 Expanding Non-Transgenic Genetic Sexing Systems to New Pest Tephritid Species
item 6R.0392.00 Expanding Non-Transgenic Genetic Sexing Systems to New Pest Tephritid Species
item Advancing Molecular Pest Management, Diagnostics, and Eradication of Fruit Flies and Invasive Species
item Application of Novel and Effective Oviposition Deterrents for Bactrocera Dorsalis and other Invasive Fruit flies
item Application of Novel and Effective Oviposition Deterrents for Bactrocera Dorsalis and Other Invasive Fruit Flies
item Areawide - Integration of Coffee Berry Borer Studies in Puerto Rico
item Demonstrating Bioeconomy Technologies for the Tropics
item Develop Molecular Diagnostic Tools to Determine Strain and Mating Status of Fruit Fly Incursions
item Develop Molecular Diagnostic Tools to Determine Strain and Mating Status of Fruit Fly Incursions
item Development of New and Improved Surveillance, Detection, Control, and Management Technologies for Fruit Flies and Invasive Pests of Tropical and Subtropical Crops
item Expanding Non-transgenic Genetic Sexing Systems to New Pests Tephritids
item FB6.0331 FF Non-transgenic Genetic Sexing Systems
item Fumigation Treatments to Eliminate Invasive Pests of Concern in U.S.-Korea Trade
item Functional and Genetic Characterization of Virus-Like Particles Produced by the Fruit Fly Parasitoid, Fopius arisanus
item Identification of Giant African Snail Odors to Aid Detector Dog Training
item Identification of Giant African Snail Odors to Aid Detector Dog Training
item Identification of Giant African Snail Odors to Aid Detector Dog Training
item Identification of Giant African Snail Odors to Aid Detector Dog Training
item Improved Detection and Control of Tropical Invasive Insect Pests
item Improving Protection Against Bactrocera and other Tephritid Fruit Flies
item Integrated Pest Management of Coffee Berry Borer in Puerto Rico
item Optimizing Male Attraction Technique Application Density Against Bactrocera dorsalis
item Postharvest Protection of Tropical Commodities for Improved Market Access and Quarantine Security
item Simultaneous Applications of SIT and MAT to Enhance Pest Bactrocera Management
item Studies of Queensland Longhorn Beetle to Monitor and Control its Spread in Hawaii
item Studies of Queensland Longhorn Beetle to Monitor and Control its Spread in Hawaii
item Systems Approach for the Management of Coffee Berry Borer in Hawaii and Puerto Rico with Emphasis on Biological Control
item Systems Approach for the Management of Coffee Berry Borer in Hawaii and Puerto Rico with Emphasis on Biological Control (Cenicafe, Colombia)
item Systems Approach for the Management of Coffee Berry Borer in Hawaii and Puerto Rico with Emphasis on Biological Control (Puerto Rico)
item Systems Approach for the Management of Coffee Berry Borer in Hawaii and Puerto Rico with Emphasis on Biological Control (UH-Manoa)
item Systems approaches to eliminate pests of concern to the Hawaii Ornamental Export Industry