Over a 3-year period, plant geneticist Angela Davis, who works at the ARS South Central Agricultural Research Laboratory in Lane, Oklahoma, grew watermelons in the field for the research to ensure that the genes would be responding to actual field conditions, such as pathogens and weather extremes.
What does SCARL stand for?
SCARL stands for South Central Agricultural Research Laboratory (USDA; Agricultural Research Service)
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Contact: Angela Davis, USDA-ARS South Central Agricultural Research Laboratory, Highway 3 W.
But Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists at the South Central Agricultural Research Laboratory (SCARL) in Lane, OK, and the Phytonutrients Laboratory in Beltsville, MD, are working to determine lycopene levels in varieties of watermelon.