|Technology Transfer and CRADAs|
ARS National Program NP201, Water Quality and Management, ARS National Program NP302, Plant Biological and Molecular Processes, and GA Soil and Water Conservation Commission, Albany, GA - To determine optimal application amount of water to maximize yields and profits of selected tillage systems.
ARS National Program NP306, New Uses, Quality, and Marketability of Plant and Animal Products and J. Bjelka Peterson Research Station, Queensland, Australia - To develop and test in different environmental conditions, sensors to rapidly and nondestructively determine the moisture content in peanuts.
ARS National Program NP108, Food Safety (Plant and Animal Products) and Circle One Research Enterprises, LLC - To develop a commercially viable, nontoxigenic Aspergillus spp. product(s) for prevention or reduction of aflatoxin contamination in peanuts and/or corn.
ARS National Program NP306, New Uses, Quality, and Marketability of Plant and Animal Products and Doster Warehouse, Rochelle, GA - The objective of this cooperative research is to determine the feasibility of using insulated concrete domes for storing peanuts using ambient, refrigerated, and low oxygen storage techniques.
ARS National Program NP207, Integrated Farming System, NP306, New Uses, Quality, and Marketability of Plant and Animal Products, and Albany State, Flint River Planning Center - To provide information useful to irrigators and policy makers in migrating the effects of growing water scarcity and new state water policies on agriculture and the rural economics of SW Georgia. Establish a highly visible research project and demonstration site for examining alternative irrigation strategies and technologies on crop rotation.