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1982-1985

Research from 1982-1985

Program Director: Dr. David G. Cummins

Host: University of Georgia, Griffin GA USA

Target Countries: Antigua, Belize, Burkina Faso, Jamaica, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Philippines, Senegal, Sudan, Thailand, and Trinidad

Focus:

  • Consumer values
  • Information/training/impact
  • Processor values
  • Producer values

Research Projects

Project Lead Scientist Institution
Appropriate Technology for Storage and Utilization of Peanut (GA-FT-TP) Tommy Nakayama University of Georgia (UGA)
Disease resistant peanut varieties for semi-arid environments (TX-BCP-S) Olin Smith Texas A & M University (TAMU)
Influence of Rhizobia and Mycorrhizae on nitrogen fixation and growth of peanuts in Thailand and the Philippines, A. Rhizobial considerations (NCS-TX-SM-TP) G.H. Elkan North Carolina State University (NCSU)
Influence of Rhizobia and Mycorrhizae on nitrogen fixation and growth of peanuts in Thailand and the Philippines, B Mycorrhizal considerations (TX-SM-TP) Ruth Ann Tabor Texas A & M University (TAMU)
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Optimum Food Utility of Peanut in SAT Africa (AAM-FT-S) Bharat Singh Alabama A & M University (AAMU)
International Peanut Evaluation Program (GA-INPEP-N-M-BF-CAR) W.D. Branch University of Georgia (UGA)
IPM strategies for peanut insects in SAT Africa (GA-IM-BF) Robert E. Lynch University of Georgia (UGA)
Management of anthropods on peanut in Southeast Asia (NCS-IM-TP) W.V. Campbell North Carolina State University (NCSU)
Mycotoxin management in Peanut by Prevention of Contamination and Monitoring (TX-MM-S) Robert Pettit Texas A & M University (TAMU)
Peanut utilization in food systems in developing countries (AAM-FL-FT-CARDI) Onuma Okezie Alabama A & M University (AAMU)
Peanut varietal improvement for Thailand and the Philippines (NCS-BCP-TP) J.C. Wynne North Carolina State University (NCSU)
Peanut viruses: etiology, epidemiology, and nature of resistance (GA-PV-N) James Demski University of Georgia (UGA)