Funding

Select Grants and Contracts

  • United States Department of Agriculture/NIFA (CPPM-EIP Program). Funded September 1, 2017 – August 30, 2020. Development and Implementation of Ecologically-Based Tactics for Managing Key Insect Pests in Cucurbit Production in the Southeast (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI, R. Balusu, J. Murphy, A. Majumdar, O. Liburd, Co-PIs).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/NIFA (CPPM-ARDP Program). Funded September 1, 2017 – August 31, 2020. Statewide Extension IPM Coordination Program for Auburn University and Alabama Cooperative Extension System (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI, T. Reed, A. Majumdar, K. Conner, X. Hu, L. Graham, F. Quarcoo, Co-PIs).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/NIFA. Funded September 1, 2015 – August 31, 2016. Statewide Extension IPM Coordination Program for Auburn University and Alabama Cooperative Extension System 2013-2016. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • BASF, Raleigh, NC. Fixed Price Research Agreement. Funded April 1, 2015-March 30, 2016. Insects and Nematodes Control with PGPR (Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria). (J Kloepper, H.Y. Fadamiro, K. Lawrence, Co-PIs).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/NIFA, September 1, 2014-September 30, 2018. Southern IPM Center Partnership. (J. VanKirk, PI.,  J. L Forest, H.Y. Fadamiro, D. Carley, Co-PIs).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/NIFA. Funded January 1, 2015-December 31, 2017. Development of Semiochemical-Based Management Strategies for the Invasive Kudzu Bug, Megacopta Cribraria in Soybean Production. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • United States Department of Agriculture-NIFA. Funded September 1, 2013-August 31, 2016. Statewide Extension IPM Coordination Program for Auburn University and Alabama Cooperative Extension System for 2013-2016. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI, multiple co-PIs).
  • United States Department of Agriculture-NIFA. Funded October 1, 2011-September 30, 2015. Development and Participatory Implementation of Integrated Organic Pest Management for Crucifer Vegetable Production in the South (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI, multiple co-PIs).
  • Becker Underwood/BASF. Fixed Price Research Agreement. Funded April 1, 2012-March 30, 2014. Insects and Nematodes Control with PGPR (Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria). $500,500. (J. Kloepper, H.Y. Fadamiro, K. Lawrence, Co-PIs).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/NIFA Organic Agriculture Research & Extension Initiative Program. Funded October 1, 2011 – September 30, 2015. Development and Participatory Implementation of Integrated Organic Pest Management for Crucifer Vegetable Production in the South. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/NIFA. Funded June 1, 2010 – May 31, 2013. Extension IPM Coordination Program for Auburn University and Alabama Cooperative Extension System. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Southern Region IPM Center – IPM Enhancement Grants Program. Funded June 1, 2010 – May 31, 2011. Regulatory Information Network for Coastal Plains Sub-Region. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/IR-4 Biopesticide Funding. Funded July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011. Evaluation of Biopesticides for Managing Yellowmargined Leaf Beetle, Microtheca ochroloma in Organic Vegetable Production. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries – Alabama Specialty Crops Program. Funded January 1, 2011 – December 31, 2012. Participatory Implementation of Cost-Effective Pest Management Practices to Enhance Profitability and Competitiveness of the Alabama Peach Industry. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • United States Department of Agriculture-CSREES. Funded June 1, 2009 – May 31, 2010. Extension IPM Coordination Program for Auburn University and Alabama Cooperative Extension System. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Southern Region IPM Center – IPM Enhancement Grants Program. Funded June 1, 2009 – May 31, 2010. State Contact and IPM Documents for Alabama. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • National Science Foundation, Career Advancement Awards (CAA) Program. Funded May 1, 2007 – April 30, 2009. Comparative Study of Neuroethology of Olfaction in Parasitoid Wasps. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI)
  • Southern Region IPM Center – IPM Enhancement Grants Program. Funded June 1, 2007 – May 31, 2008. Management of Yellowmargined Leaf Beetle (Microtheca ochroloma) in Organic and Low-Input Vegetable Production Systems. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Southern Region IPM Center – IPM Enhancement Grants Program. Funded June 1, 2007 – May 31, 2008. Alabama State Contact Project for Supporting the Communications Network of the Southern Region IPM Center. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/IR-4 Biopesticide Program. Funded February 1, 2007 – January 31, 2008. Evaluation of Entomopathogenic Fungi for Control of Yellowmargined Leaf Beetle in Organic Vegetable Production. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Southern Region IPM Center – IPM Enhancement Grants Program. Funded June 1, 2006 – May 31, 2007. Alabama State Contact Project for Supporting the Communications Network of the Southern Region IPM Center. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – Strategic Agriculture Initiative Program. Funded April 1, 2006 – March 31, 2008. Evaluation and Implementation of Cultural and Biorational Strategies for Managing Key Pests in Alabama Peaches. (H.Y. Fadamiro. PI; R. Boozer, J. Jacobi, and W. Foshee, Co-PIs).
  • Auburn University Title VI Mentor Research Grant. Funded June 1, 2006 – May 31, 2007. Chemical Ecology of Phorid Fly Parasitoids of Imported Fire Ants. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI, A. Appel, Co-PI).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/IR-4 Biopesticide Program. Funded May 1, 2005 – April 30, 2006. Biopesticide Control of Citrus Red Mite, Citrus Rust Mite, and Soft-Bodied Insects in Satsuma Mandarin. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Alabama Poultry Litter Initiative Grants Program, Auburn University. November 1, 2005 – October 31, 2005. A Systems Approach to Sustain and Stimulate the Agricultural Economy of Alabama: Optimal On- and Off-farm Management of Poultry Litter. (J. Fulton, PI; P. Srivastava, O. Fasina, W. Owsley, R. Muntifering, W. Wood, Y. Feng, J. Shaw, E. van Santen, M. Davis, and H.Y. Fadamiro, Co-PIs).
  • United States Department of Agriculture – Organic Transition Program. Funded July 2005 – June 2009. Integration of Organic Production Systems for Summer Production of Tomato and Pepper in Alabama. (J. Kloepper, PI, H.Y. Fadamiro, Co-PI, J. Kemble, Co-PI, J. Molnar, Co-PI, R. Mentreddy, Co-PI).
  • Southern Region IPM Center – IPM Enhancement Grants Program. Funded June 2005 – May 2006. Alabama State Contact Project for Supporting the Communications Network of the Southern Region IPM Center. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Southern Region IPM Center – IPM Enhancement Grants Program. Funded June 2005 – May 2006. Crop Profiles for Peaches and Satsuma Mandarin in Alabama. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • NSF Center for IPM. Funded June 2005 – May 2006. Non-chemical Insect Pest Control in Peanuts and Pecans Using Radio-Frequency Energy. (Y. Wang, PI; O. Fasina, Co-PI, H.Y. Fadamiro, Co-PI).
  • United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – Strategic Agriculture Initiative Program. Funded February 2005 – February 2007. Reducing Pesticide Usage in Alabama Satsuma Citrus through Implementation of Integrated Pest Management Practices. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI, M. Nesbitt, Co-PI, T. Hargroder, Co-PI, R. Ebel, Co-PI).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/IR-4 Biopesticide Program. Funded May 2005 – April 2006. Biopesticide Control of Citrus Red Mite, Citrus Rust Mite and Soft-Bodied Insects in Satsuma Citrus. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Auburn University Competitive Research Grant Program. Funded May 2005 – April 2006. Fine-Scale Comparative Analyses of Mechanisms of Olfaction in Insects: How Do Different Insects Perceive and Track Odor? (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Alabama Wheat and Feed Grain Commodity Grant. Funded April 2005 – March 2007. Monitoring for Insecticide Resistance in Key Pests of Stored Corn in Alabama. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI, K. F. Flanders, Co-PI).
  • Alabama Wheat and Feed Grain Commodity Grant. Funded April 2005 – March 2007. Evaluation of Pesticide Resistance in Beetle Pests of Stored Wheat in Alabama. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI, K. F. Flanders, Co-PI).
  • Auburn University Title VI Mentoring Research Grant. Funded February 2005 – January 2006. Exploring the Behavioral and Neurophysiological Basis of Olfaction in Insects (project renewal). (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI, A. Appel, Co-PI).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/IR-4 Biopesticide Funding. Funded June 2004 – May 2005. Evaluation of Miticides for Control of Citrus Mites in Alabama. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Alabama Fire Ant Management Program. Funded October 2004 – September 2005. Biology and Host Location Behavior of Pseudacteon Parasitoids of Sonelopsis Fire Ants. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI; L. Graham, Co-PI).
  • Auburn University Faculty Mentoring Grant. Funded February 2004 – January 2005. Comparative Analysis of Mechanisms of Olfaction in Insects. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI, A. Appel, Co-PI).
  • Auburn University Title VI Mentoring Research Grant. Funded February 2004 – January 2005. Exploring the Behavioral and Neurophysiological Basis of Olfaction in Insects. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI, A. Appel, Co-PI).
  • Auburn University Horticulture Line Item Program. Funded October 2003 – September 2006. Survey of Pest and Beneficial Insects and Mites in Alabama Satsuma Orchards. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI; M. Nesbitt, T. Hargroder, R. Ebel and W. Dozier, Co-PI).
  • United States Department of Agriculture/Cooperative Agricultural Pest Survey (CAPS). Funded January 2003 – December 2004. Survey of Brown Citrus Aphid, Toxoptera citricida in Alabama Satsuma Citrus Orchards. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Alabama Fire Ant Management Program. Funded October 2003 – September 2004. Foraging and Host Location Behavior of Pseudacteon Phorid Flies that Attack Sonelopsis Fire Ants. (H.Y.Fadamiro, PI; L. Graham, Co-PI).
  • United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Funded July 2001 – June 2003. Pest Management Practices of Minnesota Apple and Strawberry Growers. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI; J. Ciborowski Co-PI).
  • United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Funded July 2001 – June 2003. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) FQPA Fruit and Vegetable Funding Proposal. (J. Ciborowski, PI, H.Y. Fadamiro, Co-PI).

Select Industry Gifts

  • Marrone Bio Innovations, Danville, PA. March 2010. Insect Management Research. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Novozymes Biologicals Inc., Salem, VA. June 2007. Management of Vegetable Pests. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Arysta Life Science, Cary, NC. September 2006. Management of Fruit and Vegetable Pests. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Crompton Manufacturing Co. Middlebury, CO. May 2006. Fruit and Vegetable Pest Management Research. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • IPM Tech Inc., Portland, OR. June 2004. Development of Automated Insect Monitoring Systems. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Crompton Uniroyal Chemical, Raleigh, NC. April 2004. Vegetable Pest Management Research. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).
  • Valent Biosciences Corporation, Gainesville, FL. April 2004. Vegetable Pest Management Research. (H.Y. Fadamiro, PI).