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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
Berries and cane fruits, other
Citrus, general/other
Greens and leafy vegetables (includes endive, lettuce, spinach)
Melons (includes cantaloupe, muskmelon, watermelon)
Ornamentals and turf, general/other (includes cacti)
Solanaceous and related crops, general/other (for potato use 1310)
Tropical/subtropical fruit, general/other
Research Projects within Melons (includes cantaloupe, muskmelon, watermelon)
item Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation for Enhancing and Advancing the SustainabilitY of Organic Specialty Crop Production Systems (ASD-EASY Organic)
item Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation for Organic Strawberry Production
item Demonstration of New Vegetable Production Techniques for Urban Horticulture
item Enhancing Vegetable and Ornamental Production by Synergistically Managing Nutrients and Pests
item Fumigation and Alternatives for Production, Storage, and Trade Conference
item Impact of Residue Biochemical Quality on Soil Disinfestation
item Investigation of Verticillium Nonalfalfae as a Potential Bioherbicide for the Invasive Weed Ailanthus Altissima
item Non-Fumigant Nematode Control in Carrot
item Novel Production Practices for Sustainable Vegetable Production and Nutritional Value
item Organic Soil Treatment Methods for Nematode Control in California Carrots
item Soil Amendment Effects on Tomato Bacterial Spot
item Soil Disinfestation Treatments for Organic Carrot Production
item University of Florida, IFAS and FAES
item Utilizing Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Determine the Effect of Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation on Soil Properties