Integrated pest management (IPM) seeks to reduce risks to people and the environment and economic risks to growers while effectively managing pests.
This document identifies all REEport Capacity project review assignments that have been pending for longer than 30 days and provides the NIFA staff member assignment.
Identification of genes responsible for sour taste in citrus fruit may enable the creation of new, sweeter varieties.
This document addresses frequently-asked questions regarding payments, enrollment, and financial reporting.
Forest fires are increasing in frequency and intensity in the western United States. Researchers at the University of California, Davis evaluated the effects of wildfire on the molecular transformation of nitrogen.
Fresh produce is increasingly associated with chemical and biological contaminants, such as pesticides and foodborne pathogens.
Oregon State University and the National Council for Air and Stream Improvement conducted large-scale experiments to test the effects of herbicides on pollinators and other insects, deer and elk, birds, and plant species.
Many Oklahoma households with incomes less than $25,000 cannot afford internet access, and in rural communities, high-speed internet is often not available.
Blooms of toxigenic cyanobacteria poison aquaculture ponds around the world.
NIFA Liaisons to Regional Administrative Groups Associated with the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU)
NIFA's liaisons for regional and administrative groups associated with the APLU are listed in this document.