AgSEE​​D Impact


By the N​umbers

  • 38 undergradates
  • 45 graduate students/post docs
  • 13 publications
  • 12 grant submissions at the time of reporting
  • 4 grants awarded
  • 1 Patent

AgSEED helps secu​re additional grants

  • Lori Hoagland $2 million NIFA-OREI “Practical approach to foliar pathogen control in organic tomato production through participatory breeding and integrated pest management”
  • Zhixiang Chen $550,000 NSF  "A novel selective autophagy pathway in plant immune response to necrotrophic pathogens."
  • Cate Hill NIH-NIAID $430,303  “New mode-of-action chemistries to control mosquito vectors”
  • Cate Hill EVPRP $27,000  “Resistance breaking insecticides for mosquito control”​

AgSEED promotes outreach and Extension

  • ​A website​ and 1 mobile app for iOS and Android
  • 100 people attended crop management workshop
  • 900 people at Indiana CCA conference and 2015 Soybean Showcase
  • 61 participants in cantaloupe-specific educational programs

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