Grants and contracts awarded

 2007

    • Screening germplasm for tuber resistance to potato tuberworm. Western IPM Center.
    • Thrips control on dry bulb onion in the Columbia Basin of Oregon and Washington. Agricultural Research Foundation.
    • Thrips control on dry bulb onion in the Columbia Basin of Oregon and Washington. Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association.
    • Integrated Disease, Fertilizer, Weed, and Insect Management for Columbia Basin Grass Seed Production. CSREES-Grass Seed Cropping Systems for a Sustainable Agriculture.
    • Developing a monitoring program for thrips-Iris Yellow Virus complex: adding a novel management component to the IPM program in bulb and seed onion crops. CSREES- Western IPM Program.
    • Population characteristics and an economic threshold for the potato tuberworm in the PNW: basic tools for an Integrated Management Program. Washington State Potato Commission.
    • Assessment options for potato tuberworm management. Agricultural Research Foundation.
    • Building an IPM program to control the potato tuberworm in the Pacific Northwest. USDA-ARS National Potato Council.
    • Epidemiology and management of thrips transmitted Iris yellow virus in onion bulb and seed crops. Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association.

 

2006

    • Population structure of Phthorimaea operculella (Zeller) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae): origins of the Columbia Basin populations. USDA-CSREES-Critical Issues: Plant and Animal Pests and Diseases Program.
    • Integrated disease, fertilizer, weed, and insect management for Columbia Basin grass seed production. CSREES-GSCSSA.
    • Population characteristics and an economic threshold for the potato tuber moth in the Pacific Northwest: basic tools for an Integrated Management program. Washington State Potato Commission.
    • Assessment and options for potato tuber moth management. Agricultural Research Foundation.
    • Population characteristics of the potato tuber moth in the Pacific Northwest. Washington State Commission for Pesticide Registration.
    • New emerging pest in the Pacific Northwest: the potato tuber moth, biology and biological options for management. Western Integrated Pest Management Center.
    • Multistate effort to evaluate potato tuber moth invasion in the Pacific Northwest. USDA-ARS National Potato Council.