|Outside Press Reports|
— A recent sampling of outside press reports that relate to scientific activities at the Agricultural Research Service.
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Stinkbugs Have Spread to 41 States; Can We Stop Them?
Predator beetle could munch coffee pest
Scientists Plan to Kill Off the American West's Tumbleweeds
Fighting Poisons With Bacteria
How the latest pickle juice innovation is good for the environment
Photo Slices Provide Detailed Images of Tiny Wasps for Biocontrol Efforts
New switchgrass variety promises more biofuel at lower cost
Orange Juice Drinkers May Soon Feel the Squeeze
NASA's Aquarius Returns Global Maps of Soil Moisture
Nanoparticle-based coating helps stop water from beading
Keeping Cattle Tick Fever at Bay
Identifying Yellow Perch Gender to Improve Production
Primitive, bizarre, beautiful: New mite species reveal a lost world awaiting discovery
Apples of Eden: Saving the Wild Ancestor of Modern Apples
Smiting the mite to save the bees (and the crops they pollinate)
Is barley the biofuel option for the future?
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How Can We Protect Against Bovine Tuberculosis?
Probiotics for pigs
Dietary Products: Some are Under-researched, Over-marketed
What Makes An Avocado Delicious?
Effect of Mom's Obesity on Baby's Bone Health Explored
Carbon sequestration not so simple in biomass crop production
Aspirin-like compound may fight potato disease
Researchers Study Myelin to Help Improve Piglet Survival
New virus linked to bee colony collapse disorder
In the field, the right flower arrangement can improve organic pest control
Kitty litter: Potential new use for spent corn grains
The Weed That Won the West
Study Looks at Protecting Water Near Feedlots
Healthy Breakfast: A "Plus" for Kids' Math Performance
New method makes FMD vaccine production safer
Tracking the Fate of Feedlot Contaminants with GIS Has Benefits
New Trap on Tap for Better Beetle Control
David Ramming Named to the USDA-ARS Science Hall of Fame
Stinkbugs Are Back and Scientists Need Your Help