2014 Funded Research

Project No. Principal Investigator Title of Proposal Amount
MSHS-14-01 Schilder, Annemick Can compost teas provide disease suppression and nutritional value to fruit crops? $10,088
MSHS-14-02 Hanson, Eric Raspberry varieties with potential of double cropping $ 4,000
MSHS-14-03 Beaudry, Randolph Optimizing CA and air storage of Honeycrisp apples $ 3,500
MSHS-14-04 Flore, Jim

Testing the potential of delaying bloom of fruit crops in MI using mist-cooling delivered by the SSCD (Solid-set canopy delivery system)

MSHS-14-06 Wise, John

Residue profiles from SSDC versus airblast sprayer delivery systems in apples

$ 8,470
MSHS-14-07 Isaacs, Rufus Spotted wing drosophila control in MI berry crops $17,895
MSHS-14-08 Lang, Gregory

High tunnel fruiting wall nectarines, apricots/apriums, and plums/pluots/Plumcots post-establishment fruiting phase

$ 7,404
MSHS-14-09 Gut, Larry Exotic Pests of MI Tree Fruits $ 4,000
MSHS-14-11 Schwallier, Phillip Chemical Thinning & PGR's Evaluations $ 4,000
MSHS-14-12 Sundin, George Examination of the potential of cross resistance among SDHI in tree fruit pathogens $ 7,430
  Total General Trust Fund $76,796

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