Agricultural Research Service

Latest stories

1d
Business Wire
Rheonix Announces New Food Testing Leadership and Introduces the Fully Automated Encompass Optimum™ Workstation for Food and Beverage Testinggroup for food and beverage testing. He previously served as a microbiologist w
Rheonix Announces New Food Testing Leadership and Introduces the Fully Automated Encompass Optimum™ Workstation for Food and Beverage Testing
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
group for food and beverage testing. He previously served as a microbiologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service. He is an internationally recognized authority on validations of microbial methods for food,... Read more
2d
PhysOrg
New faba beans offer multiple benefitspostdoc Erik Landry measures a new winter-hardy faba bean plant while visiting
New faba beans offer multiple benefits
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
postdoc Erik Landry measures a new winter-hardy faba bean plant while visiting scientist Jun He records the data. Credit: Agricultural Research Service Four winter-hardy faba bean germplasm lines developed by Agricultural Research Service (ARS)... Read more
3d
Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :temperatures and light frosts, they don’t possess true winter hardiness, accord
ARS :
Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 3 days ago
temperatures and light frosts, they don’t possess true winter hardiness, according to geneticist Jinguo Hu, with USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS). Shoring up that trait could allow greater flexibility in where and when growers use faba... Read more
10d
PhysOrg
Atrazine alternatives in sweet cornof alternatives, but the call for those alternatives has gone largely unanswere
Atrazine alternatives in sweet corn
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
of alternatives, but the call for those alternatives has gone largely unanswered," says University of Illinois and USDA Agricultural Research Service weed scientist Marty Williams. Williams and a team of researchers from Oregon and Minnesota... Read more
12d
Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :Agricultural Research Service (ARS) entomologist Patricia Glynn Tillman (center
ARS :
Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 12 days ago
Agricultural Research Service (ARS) entomologist Patricia Glynn Tillman (center), technician Kristie Graham (right), and student technician Brittany Giles evaluate a sorghum trap crop being used to control stink bugs in adjacent fields of peanuts and... Read more
13d
Boston Globe
Milton youngster tackles the bee crisisresearch director of the Pollinator Partnership , one of the largest North Amer
Milton youngster tackles the bee crisis
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
research director of the Pollinator Partnership , one of the largest North American nonprofits focused on the decline. The Agricultural Research Service at the US Department of Agriculture estimates that these insects play a role in producing about... Read more
15d
AllAfrica.com
Field Trials in Progress to Control Toxins in Food Cropsin the research," Ms Pallangyo stated. The Aflasafe was developed by the Unite
Field Trials in Progress to Control Toxins in Food Crops
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
in the research," Ms Pallangyo stated. The Aflasafe was developed by the United States Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) and modified for Africa by the International Institute of Tropical Research (IITA)... Read more
16d
KTHV Little Rock
Researchers get US grant to study obesity in Arkansasfor scientists to study why obesity rates in Arkansas are among the highest in
Researchers get US grant to study obesity in Arkansas
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 16 days ago
for scientists to study why obesity rates in Arkansas are among the highest in the country. The grant from the USDA's Agricultural Research Service was awarded to the Arkansas Children's Research Institute and the University of Arkansas for... Read more
2 related stories
16d
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Arkansas researchers get U.S. grant to study obesity in statefor scientists to study why obesity rates in Arkansas are among the highest in
Arkansas researchers get U.S. grant to study obesity in state
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
for scientists to study why obesity rates in Arkansas are among the highest in the country. The grant from the USDA's Agricultural Research Service was awarded to the Arkansas Children's Research Institute and the University of Arkansas for... Read more
2 related stories
16d
Arkansas Times
ACH, UAMS get $1.4 million to study obesityThe “Arkansas Active Kids!” study, funded through the USDA’s Agricultural Resea
ACH, UAMS get $1.4 million to study obesity
Arkansas Times / Posted 16 days ago
The “Arkansas Active Kids!” study, funded through the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service, will include two phases over four years. First, researchers will analyze existing datasets from the National Survey of Children’s Health and The Youth Risk... Read more
17d
Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :of forest land, particularly in Mississippi, where kudzu is pervasive. Land inf
ARS :
Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 17 days ago
of forest land, particularly in Mississippi, where kudzu is pervasive. Land infested with kudzu has little or no value. Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in Stoneville, Mississippi, reviewed different programs known to successfully... Read more
18d
WFLX FOX 29
Whitefly attacking plants in South Floridait, then you all have the same problem." Researchers with UF/IFAS are working
Whitefly attacking plants in South Florida
WFLX FOX 29 / Posted 18 days ago
it, then you all have the same problem." Researchers with UF/IFAS are working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service and FDACS to manage the whitefly. The following measures are recommended to control the spread... Read more
19d
PhysOrg
Unfertilized cover crop may reduce nutrient losses from Tennessee fieldsmodel that links hydrology and nutrient cycling with crop growth. SWAT is a pub
Unfertilized cover crop may reduce nutrient losses from Tennessee fields
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
model that links hydrology and nutrient cycling with crop growth. SWAT is a public domain model developed by USDA Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) specifically to predict the environmental impact of land use and land management... Read more

People in this news