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Thad Cochran Southern Horticultural Laboratory main building
x_octiesdentatus_Dors ambrosia beetle, one of the insects being studied by entomologists at the TCSHL.
Muscadine grape (muscadinia rotundifolia) Eudora, a release from the Thad Cochran Southern Horticultural Laboratory. Muscadines are fast gaining popularity because of their high anthocyanin and polyphenolic content, which makes them a very healthy fruit for consumption.
Blueberries - one of Mississippi's fastest growing fruit production industries, with a substantial total effect on Mississippi economy.
blueberry flowers with a pollinator
Female spotted wing drosophila, a relatively new pest of concern to blueberry growers in Mississippi, and one which is being studied extensively by scientists at the Thad Cochran Southern Horticultural Laboratory.
Development of cultural practices, pest management strategies, and cultivars that improve small fruit, vegetable, and ornamental plant production in the Gulf Coast States.
Sthapit Kandel, Jinita