Author Archives: kranthi.mandadi

Texas A&M AgriLife Research receives $1.7 million-plus from USDA to combat citrus greening

Texas A&M AgriLife Research receives $1.7 million-plus from USDA to combat citrus greening

U.S. Sugar announces progress in partnership with Texas A&M

https://theclewistonnews.com/human-interest/u-s-sugar-announces-progress-in-partnership-with-texas-am/

Researchers may have found a new way to learn how to fight citrus greening

https://www.tcpalm.com/story/news/local/st-lucie-county/2018/09/18/researchers-may-have-found-find-new-way-learn-how-fight-citrus-greening/1343085002/

Dr. Kranthi Mandadi Received the 2017 Foundation for Food and Agriculture New Innovator Award

AgriLife press release: Texas researcher receives Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research Award FFAR press release: http://foundationfar.org/new-innovator/

2016 APS meeting: Live streamed session and lecture on Grass:Virus systems biology

Dr. Mandadi was invited to speak at the 2016 American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting in Tampa, Florida. This special session was dedicated to ” Contributions of Plant Viruses to Phytobiome Research” and was live streamed and available to view online. Mandadi lecture: Whole session:    

Awarded USDA-AFRI grant to study grass-virus interactions

U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agriculture and Food Research Initiative funded our project to study grass virus-interactions. Read more at AgriLife News Read more at AgProfessional News