Research Grants Program
Research grants develop practices that contribute to an integrated pest management (IPM) system to reduce use of high-risk pesticides and their unanticipated impacts on public health and the environment. These IPM systems may be promoted in the future through DPRís Alliance Grant Program, which emphasizes outreach and implementation.
- The application submission period is closed. The project solicitation notice for 2015/2016 grants is scheduled to be issued in early September 2014.
Proposals must address at least one of the following:
- Decision-making for pest management
- Prevention and management of pests currently controlled with high-risk fumigants
- Improvement of application technologies
- Increased cost effectiveness of reduced risk practices
- Modeling or meta-analyses to answer important questions related to high-risk fumigants and IPM adoption
2014/2015 Funding Priority:
This year, the Pest Management Research Grant Program will be funding projects that explore integrated pest management (IPM) solutions to pesticide-related problems associated with agricultural field fumigants for soil pests.
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