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ARS Scientists Honored for Invasive Species Work

ARS Scientists Honored for Transfer of Technology (Feb 8, 2006)
USDA. Agricultural Research Service.

The Area-wide Management and Evaluation of Melaleuca Team, led by Paul D. Pratt of the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Invasive Plant Research Laboratory, promoted the adoption and integration of three biological control insects to control the invasive tree Melaleuca quinquenervia in southern Florida, by demonstrating the ecological and economical sustainability of biological control as an integrated pest management (IPM) technique.

Johanns Announces Top USDA-ARS Scientists for 2005 (Feb 7, 2006)
USDA. Agricultural Research Service.

ARS Area Senior Research Scientist
Southern Plains Area—C. Jack DeLoach, entomologist, ARS Grassland Soil and Water Research Laboratory, Temple, Texas, for outstanding scientific investigation and program leadership in biological control of saltcedar and other invasive aquatic and rangeland weeds.

ARS Area Early Career Scientist
South Atlantic Area—Paul D. Pratt, entomologist, ARS Invasive Plant Research Laboratory, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., for outstanding contributions to biological control of invasive species and transfer of this technology.

Research Agency Announces Top Scientists for 2004 (Feb 9, 2005)
USDA. Agricultural Research Service.

Timothy R. Gottwald, was named as the Distinguished Senior Research Scientist of 2004 for his work in controlling or eradicating serious foreign and domestic plant disease, in particular citrus canker, plum pox, citrus tristeza and pecan scab.

Weed-Rousting Bay Area Scientists Wins ARS Research Honor (Feb 9, 2005)
USDA. Agricultural Research Service.

Raymond I. Carruthers was named Outstanding Scientist for 2004 for his work on the biological control of saltcedar.

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