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  1. Slow Release Non-Toxic Antifouling Additives for Coatings Used in Aquaculture

    SBC: LIG SCIENCES , INC            Topic: 87

    The US aquaculture industry, which is around a $2B per year business consisting of 6,343 businesses that employ 15,198 people is greatly in need of a non-toxic and long-lasting antifouling coating. Biofouling is the undesirable accumulation of microorganisms, plants, and animals on man-made surfaces. This biofouling is extremely detrimental to the outdoor marine aquaculture industry. For the netti ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of Agriculture
  2. Application of Direct Filtration Utilizing Floating Bead Filters and Flocculation Aids for Fine Suspended Solids and Phosphorus Removal


    As aquaculture, particularly marine aquaculture continues to expand worldwide environmental regulations pertaining to waste discharge from fish farms are also becoming more stringent having an environmentally sound waste management, recovery and disposal plan are thus becoming increasingly more important, particularly in marine aquaculture. Two of the primary concerns for extending water reuse and ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of Agriculture
  3. Farmhand Foods: An Innovative Food Hub Creating Market Access for Small and Mid-Sized Livestock Producers

    SBC: FIRSTHAND FOODS            Topic: 812

    Most small and mid-scale livestock producers have been unable to take advantage of growing consumer demand for premium, all-natural, locally-raised meats, especially through wholesale channels. This relates to a host of factors, including the vertically-integrated nature of existing meat supply chains, constraints surrounding slaughter and processing capacity, and the specific demands of wholesale ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of Agriculture
  4. A Scalable Environmental Controller with Integrated Solar Thermal Storage and Extraction for Field Protected Agriculture

    SBC: SCENIC VALLEY FARM LLC            Topic: 812

    High Tunnels (commonly called poly tunnels or hoop houses) are a type of field protected agriculture. They are essentially an intermediary between the full environmental risk-taking of outdoor production, and the controlled conditions, and relatively high energy use, of a conventional greenhouse. There are hundreds of thousands of acres in cultivation under high tunnels across the world. Domestica ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of Agriculture
  5. Precision control of UV irradiance and ambient conditions to optimize the nutritional content, quality and consistency of indoor grown lettu

    SBC: METROCROPS, LLC            Topic: 812

    In the northeast there is an under-fulfilled year round demand for fresh, locally grown produce. The demand is partially measured by the steady growth (13% per year nationally) of farmers & #39; markets since 1995. Urban centers (cities) in the industrial northeast have a large inventory of under-utilized, structurally sound factory buildings of various sizes which are of little or no economic val ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of Agriculture
  6. Effective Semiochemical Management of the Oriental Beetle for the Small Blueberry Grower

    SBC: Isca Technologies, Inc.            Topic: 812

    Highbush blueberry production has become an increasingly important US agricultural industry, produced by small and medium-sized farms in 35 states. There are very few pest management tools available to blueberry growers. A neuro-active neonicotinoid, is the only effective insecticide blueberry growers have to control the Oriental beetle (OrB), Anomala orientalis Waterhouse, a destructive root feed ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of Agriculture
  7. Development of a modular submersible mussel raft for use in semi-exposed Maine waters subject to drift ice

    SBC: PEMAQUID MUSSEL FARMS, L.L.C.            Topic: 87

    Despite a 40 year history of aquaculture production of edible marine mussels in the United States, domestic mussel farmers currently capture only about 10% of the fresh mussel market, valued at $40 million and growing. The growth of U.S. mussel raft culture, which is utilized to protect crops from avian predators, has been hampered by a lack of improved production technology in semi-exposed waters ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of Agriculture
  8. Staring Wide Area Imager (StareWAI) for Disaster Response and Earth Science

    SBC: XIOMAS TECHNOLOGIES LLC            Topic: 81

    An airborne imaging system, built around a two axis optical mount with a light weight scanning mirror will be designed an built. This innovative design allows for flexible control of the various senosr viewing angleenabling us to control many sensor parameters including: 1) field of view, 2) scan patterns, and 3) dwell time. The design supports a variety of sensors including high resolution multi- ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of Agriculture
  9. Advancing Over the Top Citrus Harvesting Equipment for Juice Markets in High Density Groves

    SBC: GEO-SPIDER, INCORPORATED            Topic: 813

    We are seeking to develop a new technological approach to managing and harvesting citrus in High Density Groves, which is an emerging production system that offers solutions to the Florida citrus industries battles with pest, diseases, and high cost of labor. This multi-function platform will be used for harvesting as well as other production tasks such as spraying, hedging, mowing, and etc. The l ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of Agriculture
  10. Wireless Sensor (WISER) Track-and-Trace: Autonomous, Cost-effective, Item-Level Food Safety from Field to Fork, Phase II

    SBC: WISER Systems, Inc.            Topic: 813

    Innovation in perishable foodstuff track-and-trace is of critical importance to cost and time-sensitive customers such as the food industry where contamination and spoilage are of concern, safety and security are paramount, and counterfeit and bio-terrorism prevention are urgent priorities. The proposed research would evaluate the feasibility of a low cost, highly accurate track and trace supply c ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of Agriculture
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