The apps were developed by Agricultural Research Service 4a (ARS) scientists and ASABE members Bradley Fritz and Clint Hoffmann at the Areawide Pest Management Research Unit (APMRU) in College Station, Texas.
What does APMRU stand for?
APMRU stands for Areawide Pest Management Research Unit (USDA; College Station, TX)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Engineers at the ARS Areawide Pest Management Research Unit (AMPRU) in College Station, Texas, are working to ensure that compounds sprayed from airplanes will hit targeted oil slicks and break up oil spills.
Jesus Esquivel, USDA-ARS Areawide Pest Management Research Unit, College Station, Texas; (979) 260-9519, jesus.
Cotton bollworms and budworms have developed resistance to many standard commercial insecticides," says Kirk, who is with the Areawide Pest Management Research Unit in College Station.
That's when researchers in the ARS Areawide Pest Management Research Unit at College Station, Texas, began gathering information about the insects' taste in food and their capacity for flight.
Coppedge, who is in the ARS Areawide Pest Management Research Unit at College Station, Texas, coordinates an 8-square-mile site in Bell County, Texas.