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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Daniel K. Inouye U.S. Pacific Basin Agricultural Research Center has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

EASTERN MENNONITE UNIVERSITY, HARRISONBURG, VA
  • Identification and Field Use of Semiochemicals of Invasive Insect Pests in Hawaii


  • HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, HONOLULU, HI
  • Improved Semiochemicals for Detection of Coffee Berry Borer for Detection and Control

  • Improved Semiochemicals for Detection of Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle, An Invasive Pest on Coconut and Other Tropical Plants


  • INRS - INSTITUT ARMAND - FRAPPIER, LAVAL QUEBEC,
  • Development of a Diffusion Delivery Medium for Bioactive Compounds of Natural Plant Product Origin That Ensures the Safety and Disinfestation


  • PATIENT-FIRST CANCER FOUNDATION, HILO, HI
  • Processing Quality of Noni Juice (Morinda Citrifolia)


  • UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, HILO, HI
  • Research on Papaya to Be Exported to Japan and Characterization and Preservation of Hawaiian Taro Cultivars

  • Characterization of Potential Feedstocks of Hawaii Island for Development of “zero-Character” Biofuels

  • Detection and Mitigation of Invasive Plant Viruses

  • Adding Value and Controlling Pests and Diseases of Papaya

  • Constructing a Dna-Based Systematic Framework for the Bactrocera Dorsalis Complex (Diptera:tephritidae) for Improved Control and Quarantine

  • Water and Carbon Footprint and Plant Parameters of Biofuel Production on the Hc&s Sugarcane Lands in Maui, Hawaii

  • Development of Diagnostic Resources to Support Fruit Fly Exclusion and Eradication


  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA
  • Evaluation of Soil Treatments for Control of Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Oriental Fruit Fly and Melon Fly (2012)


  • Last Modified: 9/20/2014
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