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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

What's happening at the NPRL

The NPRL is on the cutting edge of peanut research. We are involved in variety selection, farming practices, water management technology, biological control of harmful fungi, expert systems to help the farmer in decision making, and reducing the environmental and financial cost of production.

 



ARS News Articles

ARS Announces Scientist of the Year and Other Awards
Jun 15, 2011
Afla-Guard® Also Protects Corn Crops
Sep 03, 2010
ARS Scientists, Colleagues Sequence Genome of Major Agricultural Pest
Feb 23, 2010
New Farming Wrinkle May Help Peanut Growers
Jan 14, 2010
It Pays to Furrow Dike
Jun 04, 2009
Online Peanut Warehouse Ventilation Calculator Available
May 11, 2009
ScienceDaily (Feb. 11, 2009) (offsite)
Feb 11, 2009
ARS agronomist participates in Weed Science Society of America Meetings.
Feb 02, 2009
Diamond Planting Design for Peanut Crops
Feb 08, 2008
Measuring Peanuts' Moisture--While Still in the Shell
Oct 31, 2007
Peanuts Studied as Source of Biodiesel Fuel
Jul 30, 2007
Irrigation for Southeast U.S. Crops
Nov 15, 2005
Adapting Furrow Dikes for Southeast U.S. Farming
Sep 20, 2005
New Peanut Planting System to Boost Yields
Nov 19, 2001
Combine Attachment Offers On-the-Fly Peanut Cleaning
Sep 19, 2001
Friendly Farm-Based Fungi Protect Peanuts
Oct 21, 1998
USDA Scientists Find Treasure in Peanut Skins
Dec 12, 1996
Last Modified: 2/8/2005