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  1. Gravel Mulch Buffers

    SBC: Daniel B. Stephens & Associates, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Water quality and soil erosion are high priority issues for U.S. agriculture. In more humid areas of theU.S., vegetation filter strips have proven to be an effective method of reducing erosion and improvingwater quality. Filter strips are less effective in the West due to sparser vegetation and more variablerainfall. In addition, establishment of vegetation is more difficult in many western wat ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
  2. Diesel Fuel Lubricity Additive From Seed Oil

    SBC: International Lubricants            Topic: N/A

    In order to meet the increasingly stringent air quality goals of the Federal Clean Air Act andAmendments (CAAA) major changes have been made in refining diesel fuel to remove sulfur.While reducing sulfur levels in diesel fuel lowers problematic emissions, it also reduces fuellubricity. Sulfur is an important element in combating wear in fuel injection systems.Hydrotreating the fuel for sulfur red ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
  3. Activated Carbons From Pecan Shells:

    SBC: Rio Grande Environmental            Topic: N/A

    This project addresses two problems of environmental and economic importance to New Mexico.The first problem is the value-added utilization of pecan shells, and agricultural waste from oneof New Mexico's most important crops. The second problem is the need to remove metal andorganic contaminants of environmental concern from wastewater produced by some of NewMexico's economically important indust ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
  4. ADVANCED PRODUCTS FOR IN-HOME STORAGE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

    SBC: Silverbrook Limited, Baetis            Topic: N/A

    A family of product is being developed to provide consumer appliances that have the capability to maintain fruits, vegetables and other produce under optimal storage conditions in the home. Consumers are frustrated that produce items look inviting at the retail store or farmer's market, yet do not maintain quality for an acceptable time once in the home. They are further frustrated by their knowle ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
  5. Biocontrol of Botrytis Cinerea on Greenhouse-Grown Ornamentals

    SBC: Eden Bioscience Corp.on            Topic: N/A

    Floral production in the United States has an estimated value of over $11 billion. Geraniums and roses together constitute a significant portion of this value. Grey mold, caused by Botrytis cinerea Pers.:Fr. is prevalent and often devastating under the cool, moist conditions which are common in greenhouses where the crops are produced. The fungus attacks all of the above ground portions of the ...

    SBIR Phase I 1996 Department of Agriculture
  6. Fiber-Wall-Filled Thin Hardboard from Low Cost Waste Paper

    SBC: Fiber Research International,            Topic: N/A

    The objective of this proposal is the exploration of the feasibility of adapting the fiber-wall-filling technology to improve the properties of wet-process thin hardboard from low-cost waste paper. The patented fiber-wall-filling technology precipitates insoluble inorganic salts within the microporous anatomy of paper fibers. These inorganic depositions comprise the carbonates, silicates, sulfat ...

    SBIR Phase I 1996 Department of Agriculture
  7. Automated Connector for Lateral Move Irrigation

    SBC: Hydrodog Irrigators Company            Topic: N/A

    Continuous lateral move irrigators are distinctly superior means of irrigating farmland. Presently, no means exists to affordably, reliability, and efficiently connect the laterally traveling irrigator with a stationary mainline. Consequently, most irrigation is presently accomplished with much less efficient means. Water, electricity and fertilizer are wasted resulting in reduced yield and gro ...

    SBIR Phase I 1996 Department of Agriculture
  8. Development of IPN Resistant Commercial Rainbow Trout Stocks

    SBC: TROUTLODGE INC            Topic: N/A

    It is estimated that 3 billion rainbow trout eggs were required to produce the world farmed harvest in 1994. The majority of these fish are reared in areas where infectious pancreatic necrosis (IPN) virus is endemic. Unfortunately, mortalities are highest before the fish are fully immunocompetent, making vaccination a less effective tool in disease prevention. Increasing the natural resistance ...

    SBIR Phase I 1996 Department of Agriculture
  9. COMMERCIALIZATION OF A BIOCONTROL METHOD TO MANAGE TAKE-ALL DISEASE IN PNW WHEAT FIELDS

    SBC: Ag Research & Consulting Co            Topic: N/A

    TAKE-ALL IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ROOT DESEASE OF WHEAT WORLDWIDE. IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, IT CAN BE DEVASTATING AND FARMERS HAVE NO ECONOMICALLY VIABLE METHOD TO CONTROL THE DISEASE. FOR EXAMPLE, RESULTS OF A FORMAL SURVEY IN 1983 REVEALED YIELD REDUCTIONS OF 350,000 TONS OVER THE ENTIRE PNW REGION. RECENT INFORMAL SURVEYS INDICATE THAT THE DISEASE IS NOW EVEN MORE WIDESPREAD THAN PREVIOUSLY THOUG ...

    SBIR Phase I 1994 Department of Agriculture
  10. WATER RESOURCE DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM

    SBC: Computation Geosciences            Topic: N/A

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    SBIR Phase I 1994 Department of Agriculture
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