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Muhammad Haseeb
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Florida A&M University

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07-31-2021 07-30-2022 Management Strategies for the Red Palm Weevil
09-01-2020 08-31-2022 Medication Therapy Mgmt.
07-28-2020 06-30-2021 Developing FAMU's Capacity on
03-15-2020 02-13-2022 Research Training Program on Biological Control of Invasive Pests in Vegetable Cropping Systems
08-01-2019 07-31-2020 FY19 FAMU Developing Biological Control and Other Safeguarding Tools to Manage Invasive Pests
07-31-2019 07-30-2021 Development of Red Palm Weevil Detection and Management
07-01-2019 06-30-2020 An evaluation of the clinical impact of pharmacist implementation of antimicrobial stewardship program in an urgent care setting: A pilot study
09-01-2018 08-31-2020 Evaluation of Biopesticides to Manage Silver Whitefly (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) in Tomatoes in Florida
09-01-2018 08-31-2020 Evaluation of Biopesticides to Manage Silver Whitefly (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) in Tomatoes in Florida
08-15-2018 02-14-2020 BFP18 S Africa (Mbhele) Plant Health @FAMU - Effect and risk assessment of the application of pathogens as natural regulatory agents to suppress fall armyworm in five different host plants (from the viewing lens of South African conditions
08-15-2018 02-14-2020 BFP18 S Africa (Mbhele) Plant Health @FAMU - Effect and risk assessment of the application of pathogens as natural regulatory agents to suppress fall armyworm in five different host plants (from the viewing lens of South African conditions
08-15-2018 02-14-2020 BFP18 SAFRICA (Collett) Application of molecular techniques to determine which strains of fall armyworm are present in South Africa and in the surrounding sub-Saharan countries with a view to improving current Integrated Pest Management strategies
08-15-2018 02-14-2020 BFP18 SAFRICA (Collett) Application of molecular techniques to determine which strains of fall armyworm are present in South Africa and in the surrounding sub-Saharan countries with a view to improving current Integrated Pest Management strategies
08-15-2018 02-14-2020 BFP18 Zambia (Zimba) Plant Health @ FAMU - Evaluate the efficacy of bio-pesticides in the control of the fall armyworm in maize seeks to provide cost effective methods for small-holder farmers
08-15-2018 02-14-2020 BFP18 Zambia (Zimba) Plant Health @ FAMU - Evaluate the efficacy of bio-pesticides in the control of the fall armyworm in maize seeks to provide cost effective methods for small-holder farmers
08-15-2018 02-14-2020 Participant Support-BFP18 S Africa (Mbhele) Plant Health @FAMU - Effect and risk assessment of the application of pathogens as natural regulatory agents to suppress fall armyworm in five different host plants (from the viewing lens of South African conditions
08-15-2018 02-14-2020 Participant Support-BFP18 SAFRICA (Collett) Application of molecular techniques to determine which strains of fall armyworm are present in South Africa and in the surrounding sub-Saharan countries with a view to improving current Integrated Pest Management
08-15-2018 02-14-2020 Participant Support-BFP18 Zambia (Zimba) Plant Health @ FAMU - Evaluate the efficacy of bio-pesticides in the control of the fall armyworm in maize seeks to provide cost effective methods for small-holder farmers
09-01-2017 08-31-2021 Efficacy and Safety of Bio-pesticides for Varroa Mite Management of Honey Bees
09-01-2017 08-31-2021 Implementation of Effective IPM Strategies in Specialty Crop Growers and Communities in North Florida
03-01-2017 01-31-2020 iPIPE Croup-Pest Coordinator Budget (Implementation of IPM Strategies for Crop Productivity and Profitability for Small scale tomato and Pepper Producers in Florida
03-01-2017 02-28-2018 iPIPE: Florida, Tomatoes and Peppers-Implementation of IPM Strategies for Crop Productivity and Profitability for Small Scale Tomato and Pepper Producers in Florida
11-30-2016 12-31-2018 2016 Norman E. Borlaug International Agriculture and Technology Fellow
08-01-2016 07-31-2017 Developing Biological Control and Other Safeguarding Tools to Manage Invasive Pests
10-01-2015 09-30-2017 FY2016 - Strengthening the Graduate Program in Forestry and Natural Resources Conservation: McIntire-Stennis Assistantship Program (MISAP)
10-01-2015 09-30-2017 FY2016 - Strengthening the Graduate Program in Forestry and Natural Resources Conservation: McIntire-Stennis Assistantship Program (MISAP)
08-01-2015 07-31-2016 Survey & Dev. of Biological Control Strategies for the Spotted Wing Drosophila, Drosophila suzukii a Serous Fruit Pest New to Florida
10-01-2014 09-30-2016 FY 2015 Graduate Program in Forestry and Natural Resources Conservation: McIntire-Stennis Assistantship Program (MISAP)
10-01-2014 09-30-2016 FY 2015 Graduate Program in Forestry and Natural Resources Conservation: McIntire-Stennis Assistantship Program (MISAP)
08-01-2014 02-28-2015 Taking Advantage of Pest Ecology to Increase Sustainability of Vegetable Crop Production
09-01-2012 08-31-2015 Enhancing the Capacity of Urban Agriculture in North Florida Using Best Management of Farming Practice
07-01-2012 06-30-2013 Black Male College Explorers Program
06-01-2012 05-31-2013 Pharmaceutical Research Center
08-01-2011 07-31-2013 Strategic Research on Pest Threats in the Caribbean Pathways
01-26-2011 09-30-2012 USDA-FAS Scientific Exchange Program: Training on Identification of Dipteran Pests
09-01-2010 08-31-2013 Graduate Education and Training
09-01-2010 08-31-2013 Graduate Education and Training in Global Food Security and Agricultural Bio-Security
08-13-2010 08-31-2012 Tracing the Intrusion of the GOM 2010 Oil Spill on Marine Food Webs with Natural Abundance Radiocarbon and Stable Isotopes
10-13-2009 10-15-2019 DEVELOPING FEASIBLE TECHNOLOGY FOR UTILIZING THE VINIFICATION WASTE
09-01-2008 08-31-2012 Developing a Prototype Digital Commodity-Based Identification Resource for Pests: A Model using Cultivated Palms
08-15-2007 08-14-2013 Biological and Agriculture Systems Engineering (BASE) Scholarship Program

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