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Sep. 8, 2022

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The Crop Protection and Pest Management (CPPM) program addresses critical state, regional and national integrated pest management (IPM) needs to ensure food security and respond effectively to other major societal pest management challenges. The CPPM program supports projects that address these challenges with IPM approaches developed by coordinated state, regional, and national research, and extension efforts.


In FY 2022, The National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) funded 20 projects in the Applied Research and Development Program (ARDP) area,

TitleInitial
Award Yr
Grant YrProp NoInvestigatorInstitutionView
OPTIMIZING THE USE OF BARN OWL NEST BOXES FOR RODENT PEST CONTROL IN WINEGRAPE VINEYARDS202220222022-03447Johnson, M. D.HUMBOLDT STATE UNIV
ARCATA, CALIFORNIA
BAND STEAM APPLICATION FOR WEED AND DISEASE CONTROL IN VEGETABLE CROPS202220222022-03433Fennimore, S. A.UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
DAVIS, CALIFORNIA
OLD VIRUS, NEW HOST: EPIDEMIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF BEET CURLY TOP VIRUS, AN EMERGING VECTOR BORNE VIRUS OF HEMP IN WESTERN U.S.202220222022-03414Nachappa, P.COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
FORT COLLINS, COLORADO
INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS FOR TOMATO USING AI MACHINE VISION AND GEOREFERENCED WEED MAPPING TO REDUCE HERBICIDE INPUTS202220222022-03399Boyd, N. S.UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
RECOMBINASE POLYMERASE AMPLIFICATION TOOLBOX FOR FIELD DETECTION OF DIVERSE VIRUS GENERA AND SPECIES AFFECTING CUCURBITS202220222022-03401Paret, MA.UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
INTEGRATING CHAFF LINING AS AN ECOLOGICAL TACTIC TO MANAGE HERBICIDE-RESISTANT PIGWEEDS IN U.S. SOYBEAN PRODUCTION202220222022-03440Jha, P.IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, IOWA
ENHANCING SUSTAINABILITY OF INSECT MANAGEMENT IN FURROW-IRRIGATED RICE IN THE U.S. MID-SOUTH202220222022-03389Wilson, B.LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA
EVALUATING REDUCED TILLAGE WITH A LIVING MULCH AS AN IPM TOOL IN VEGETABLE PRODUCTION202220222022-03417Joseph, DW, D.UNIV OF MARYLAND
COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND
DEVELOPING ALTERNATIVE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR BORER PESTS IN STONE FRUITS FOLLOWING THE LOSS OF CHLORPYRIFOS202220222022-03391Wise, J.MICHIGAN STATE UNIV
EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN
RESPONDING TO INDUSTRY CHALLENGES IN SOILLESS MEDIA: ASSESSMENT OF DISEASE THREATS AND BIOFUNGICIDE EFFICACY IN WOOD SUBSTRATES202220222022-03425Poleatewich, A.UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
DURHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE
BROADENING THE UTILITY OF THE GREENHOUSESCOUT SCOUTING APP TO A MORE DIVERSE AUDIENCE202220222022-03397Lamb, E.CORNELL UNIVERSITY
ITHACA, NEW YORK
DEVELOPMENT OF A DECISION SUPPORT TOOL TO OPTIMIZE FUNGICIDE USE AGAINST DOWNY MILDEW PATHOGENS202220222022-03395Ojiambo, P.NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
MITIGATING THE INCREASING THREAT POSED BY FUSARIUM CANKER IN HOP202220222022-03445Ocamb, C. M.OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
CORVALLIS, OREGON
PLANT COMPOUNDS FOR CONTROLLING FUNGAL PATHOGENS AND INSECT PESTS ON EDIBLE MUSHROOMS202220222022-03421Chopra, S.PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY PARK, PENNSYLVANIA
ENHANCING THE INTEGRATION OF INSECTARY PLANTS FOR MANAGING ARTHROPOD PESTS IN SOUTHERN US VEGETABLE PRODUCTION202220222022-03405Amarasekare, K.TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
DEVELOPMENT, VALIDATION, AND EVALUATION OF COMPUTER IMAGING FOR TICK DETECTION ON CATTLE202220222022-03428Trout Fryxell, R. T.UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
UTILIZING NATIVE RESISTANCE FROM WILD RELATIVES FOR INTEGRATED INSECTS AND DISEASE MANAGEMENT IN SUSTAINABLE CORN PRODUCTION202220222022-03442Parajulee, M.TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS
CREATING NEXT-GEN CONTROLS FOR FIRE BLIGHT CANKERS, BLOSSOM AND SHOOT BLIGHT WITH COPPER, PGR-S, PLANT ACTIVATORS AND ANTI-BIOFILM ENZYMES.202220222022-03444Acimovic, S.VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA
INTEGRATING VECTOR AND PATHOGEN PHENOLOGY TO OPTIMIZE X-DISEASE MANAGEMENT202220222022-03449Northfield, T.WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON
INFORMING AND DEVELOPING A DECISION SUPPORT TOOL FOR INDOOR STORAGE OF HONEY BEE COLONIES AS AN INTEGRATIVE PEST MANAGEMENT APPROACH202220222022-03450Hopkins, B.WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON


and 4 projects in the Regional Coordination Program (RCP) area of the CPPM program.

TitleInitial
Award Yr
Grant YrProp NoInvestigatorInstitutionView
A WESTERN INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT CENTER LED BY CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, OREGON, AND UTAH202220222022-03519Baur, M. E.UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
DAVIS, CALIFORNIA
NORTH CENTRAL INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT CENTER(NCIPMC): A REGIONAL APPROACH TO PEST MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION202220222022-03523Iles, L. C.IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, IOWA
NORTHEASTERN IPM CENTER: STRENGTHENING IPM ADOPTION 2022 - 2026, REGIONAL COORDINATION PROGRAM202220222022-03518Grantham, D. G.CORNELL UNIVERSITY
ITHACA, NEW YORK
SOUTHERN IPM CENTER: A REGIONAL APPROACH TO NETWORKING, COLLABORATION AND SERVICES202220222022-03520Magarey, R. D.NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA


Source: USDA
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