What is Pierce's Disease?

Pierce’s Disease is a bacterial infection, which is spread by bugs that feed on grapevines, particularly the "glassy winged sharpshooter." Grapevines that become infected with PD can quickly become sick and die.

Projects

Start dateEnd dateAgreement NumberBudgetTitlePI(s)Grantee
Oct 01, 2016Sep 30, 201916-0616-SA$252,054.00 Education and outreach for the Grapevine Registration and Certification Program, and an assessment of recently established production vines from increase blocks. McRobertsUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2016Jun 30, 201916-0514-SA$503,399.00 Biological control of Pierce's disease of grape with an endophytic bacterium. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2016Jun 30, 201916-0513-SA$81,621.00 Field evaluation of Pierce's disease resistance of various DSF-producing grape varieties as scions and rootstocks. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2016Jun 30, 201916-0558-SA$76,666.00 Field evaluation of cross-graft protection effective against Pierce's disease by dual and single DNA constructs. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Oct 01, 2016Sep 30, 201816-0617-SA$118,471.00 Mapping Pierce's disease and vector populations in the southern San Joaquin Valley and developing a dynamic model to assess management strategies. McRobertsUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2015Jun 30, 201815-0425-SA$909,265.00 Breeding Pierce's disease resistant winegrapes. Walker; TenscherUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2014Jun 30, 201814-0137-SA$886,780.00 Molecular breeding support for the development of Pierce's disease resistant winegrapes. WalkerUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2015Jun 30, 201815-0453-SA$776,268.00 Evaluating potential shifts in Pierce's disease epidemiology. AlmeidaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2016Jun 30, 201816-0559-SA$503,078.00 Transgenic rootstock-mediated protection of grapevine scion by single and stacked DNA constructs. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2016Jun 30, 201816-0510-SA$304,859.00 Characterization of Xylella fastidiosa plant cell wall degradation and inhibition of the Type II secretion machinery. RoperUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2015Jun 30, 201815-0218-SA$272,940.00 Characterization of the lipopolysaccharide-mediated response to Xylella fastidiosa infection in grapevines. RoperUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2016Jun 30, 201816-0511-SA$247,231.00 Insecticide resistance in the glassy-winged sharpshooter: Using historical use patterns to inform future management strategies. PerringUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2015Jun 30, 201815-0428-SA$242,044.00 Searching for potential vectors of grapevine red blotch associated virus. DaaneUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2016Jun 30, 201816-0615-SA$142,248.00 Biology and spread of grapevine red blotch associated virus. FuchsCornell University
Jul 01, 2016Jun 30, 201816-0612-SA$141,047.00 Resistance to grapevine fanleaf virus in rootstocks. FuchsCornell University
Jul 01, 2016Jun 30, 201816-0556-SA$137,881.00 Improving winter and spring vine mealybug controls: Using HPLC to follow insecticide movement in the vine. DaaneUniversity of California, Berkeley
Apr 01, 2016Jun 30, 201815-0578-SA$107,559.00 Field testing transgenic grapevine rootstocks expressing chimeric antimicrobial protein (CAP) and polygalacturonase-inhibiting protein (PGIP). DandekarUniversity of California, Davis
Apr 01, 2016Jun 30, 201815-0577-SA$40,740.00 Management of the federal permit for field testing transgenic grapevine rootstocks in California. DandekarUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2016Jun 30, 201816-0509-SA$39,700.00 Timing of field transmission of grapevine red blotch-associated virus. Martin 
Jan 16, 2015Jan 15, 201814-0486-SA$169,116.00 Expanding the range of grape rootstock and scion genotypes that can be genetically modified for use in research and product development. TricoliUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2015Dec 31, 201715-0214-SA$229,813.00 Genome editing of TAS4, MIR828, and targets MYBA6/A7: A critical test of Xylella fastidiosa infection and spreading mechanisms in Pierce's disease. RockTexas Tech University
Jul 01, 2016Dec 31, 201716-0512-SA$92,402.00 Greenhouse evaluation of grapevine fungal endophytes and fungal natural products antagonistic to Xylella fastidiosa for control of Pierce's disease. RolshausenUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2015Dec 31, 201715-0219-SA$46,450.00 Evaluation of commercial ant baits as a component of an integrated pest management program for vine mealybug. CooperUniversity of California Cooperative Extension
Oct 01, 2014Sep 30, 201714-0379-SA$632,101.00 Management of insecticide resistance in glassy-winged sharpshooter populations using toxicological, biochemical, and genomic tools. RedakUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2014Jun 30, 201714-0143-SA$363,553.00 Comparison and optimization of different methods to alter diffusible signal factor mediated signaling in Xylella fastidiosa in plants to achieve Pierce's disease control. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2015Jun 30, 201715-0286-SA$215,635.00 Brown marmorated stink bug risk and its impact in western vineyards. WaltonOregon State University
Jul 01, 2014Jun 30, 201714-0142-SA$187,293.00 Exploiting a chitinase to suppress Xylella fastidiosa colonization of plants and insects. AlmeidaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2015Jun 30, 201715-0217-SA$178,838.00 Assessing Pierce's disease spread in grape lines with novel defensive traits. AlmeidaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2015Jun 30, 201715-0138-SA$160,332.00 Development of a biological control for Pierce's disease. BurrCornell University
Jul 01, 2015Jun 30, 201715-0427-SA$127,662.00 Improving vine mealybug winter and spring controls. DaaneUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2015Jun 30, 201715-0215-SA$113,730.00 High-throughput live cell screen for small molecules targeting the TolC efflux pump of Xylella fastidiosa. GabrielUniversity of Florida
Feb 01, 2013Jun 30, 201712-0444-SA$72,138.00 Continuation of the field evaluation of grape plants expressing potential protective DNA sequences effective against Pierce's disease. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2014Dec 31, 201614-0149-SA$274,231.00 Transgenic rootstock-mediated protection of grapevine scion by stacked DNA constructs. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2015Jun 30, 201615-0216-SA$367,555.00 Biology and spread of grapevine red blotch associated virus. FuchsCornell University
Jul 01, 2012Jun 30, 201612-0118-SA$337,093.00 Evaluation of natural products isolated from grapevine fungal endophytes for control of Pierce's disease. RolshausenUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2012Jun 30, 201612-0216-SA$287,613.00 RNA-interference and control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and other leafhopper vectors of Xylella fastidiosa. Falk; Sudarshanna; ParrellaUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2014Jun 30, 201614-0138-SA$247,741.00 Selective disruption of glassy-winged sharpshooter maturation and reproduction by RNA interference. KamitaUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2014Jun 30, 201614-0136-SA$167,463.00 Defining the role of secreted virulence proteins LesA and PrtA in the pathobiology of Xylella and in the development of Pierce's disease. DandekarUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2014Jun 30, 201614-0144-SA$166,531.00 Characterization and inhibition of Xylella fastidiosa proteins secreted by the type II secretion system and their secretion machinery. RoperUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2012Jun 30, 201612-0128-SA$140,392.00 Evaluation of Pierce's disease resistance in transgenic Vitis vinifera grapevines expressing Xylella fastidiosa hemagglutinin protein. Kirkpatrick; GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2014Jun 30, 201614-0272-SA$85,101.00 Substrate-borne vibrational signals in intraspecific communication of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. KrugnerUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Feb 01, 2013Jun 30, 201612-0442-SA$82,946.00 Field evaluations of grafted grape lines expressing polygalacturonase inhibiting proteins. PowellUniversity of California, Davis
Feb 01, 2013Jun 30, 201612-0443-SA$76,913.00 Field evaluation of grape plants expressing P14 and UT456 transgenic DNA sequences for protection against Pierce's disease. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2014Jun 30, 201614-0381-SA$49,677.00 Monitoring for insecticide resistance in the glassy-winged sharpshooter in California. Perring 
Aug 01, 2015Jun 30, 201615-0426-SA$30,000.00 A research proposal to conduct Pierce's disease symptom field evaluation at the Solano County research block. GolinoUniversity of California, Davis
Feb 01, 2013Jun 30, 201612-0441-SA$15,156.00 Continued field evaluation of diffusible signal factor producing grape for control of Pierce's disease. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Feb 01, 2013Mar 31, 201612-0445-SA$294,289.00 HNE-CecB and PGIP transgenic grapevine field trial. DandekarUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2011Dec 31, 201511-0148-SA$416,331.00 Characterization of the lipopolysaccharide-mediated response to Xylella fastidiosa infection in grapevines. RoperUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2014Dec 31, 201514-0139-SA$57,203.00 Characterization of the Xylella fastidiosa PhoP/Q two-component regulatory system. KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Feb 01, 2013Aug 31, 201512-0468-SA$24,261.00 Continuation of the field evaluation of new strategies for the management of Pierce's disease of grapevine. RolshausenUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2012Jun 30, 201512-0117-SA$796,070.00 Breeding Pierce's disease resistant winegrapes. Walker; TenscherUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2012Jun 30, 201512-0130-SA$304,742.00 Building a next generation chimeric antimicrobial protein to provide rootstock-mediated resistance to Pierce's disease in grapevines. DandekarUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2012Jun 30, 201512-0224-SA$300,000.00 Elucidating the process of cell-cell communication in Xylella fastidiosa to achieve Pierce's disease control by pathogen confusion. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2013Jun 30, 201513-0096-SA$124,738.00 Development of a biological control for Pierce's disease. BurrCornell University
Sep 01, 2014Jun 30, 201514-0382-SA$30,000.00 A research proposal to conduct Pierce's disease symptom field evaluation at the Solano County research block. GolinoUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2014Jun 30, 201514-0140-SA$20,258.00 Development of a standardized methodology to assess the efficacy of genetic constructs for suppression of Xylella fastidiosa in grape. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 13, 2012Jan 12, 201511-0416-SA$206,809.00 Development of a grape tissue culture and transformations platform for the California grape research community. TricoliUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 201403-0282$1,821,447.00 Genetic mapping of Xylella fastidiosa resistance gene(s) in grape germplasm from the southern United States. WalkerUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 201404-0486$490,847.00 Identification and utilization of cold temperature induced grapevine metabolites to manage Pierce's disease. KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2011Jun 30, 201411-0146-SA$249,495.00 Development and use of recombinant Homalodisca coagulata virus-1 for controlling the glassy-winged sharpshooter. FalkUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2012Jun 30, 201412-0116-SA$193,792.00 Blocking Xylella fastidiosa transmission. AlmeidaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2012Jun 30, 201412-0129-SA$93,900.00 Inhibition of Xylella fastidiosa polygalacturonase to produce Pierce's disease resistant grapevines. KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2013Jun 30, 201413-0098-SA$67,027.00 Molecular and functional characterization of the Xylella fastidiosa resistance gene(s) from b43-17 (Vitis arizonica). WalkerUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 201410-0278$14,070.00 Tools to identify polygalacturonase-inhibiting proteins (PGIPs) transmitted across grapevine grafts. PowellUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2011Dec 31, 201311-0145-SA$110,921.00 The endocrine system of the glassy-winged sharpshooter , a viable insecticide target. Hammock; KamitaUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2008Jun 30, 201308-0171$520,478.00 Optimizing grape rootstock production and export of inhibitors of Xylella fastidiosa polygalacturonase activity. LabavitchUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 201310-0276$373,962.00 Enhancing control of Pierce's disease by augmenting pathogen signal molecules. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2007Jun 30, 201307-0175$214,172.00 Biological control of Pierce's disease of grapevine with benign strains of Xylella fastidiosa subsp. piercei. HopkinsUniversity of Florida
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 201310-0275$212,612.00 Blocking Xylella fastidiosa transmission. AlmeidaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 20132010-283$180,152.00 Linking within-vineyard sharpshooter mangement to Pierce's disease spread DaughertyUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 201310-0277$171,900.00 Molecular and functional characterization of the putative Xylella fastidiosa resistance gene(s) from b43-17 (Vitis arizonica). WalkerUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2011Jun 30, 201311-0240-SA$150,000.00 Engineering multi-component resistance to Pierce's disease in California grapevine rootstocks. DandekarUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2011Jun 30, 20132011-0309B$91,680.00 Breeding Pierce's disease resistant table and raisin grapes, and the development of markers for additional sources of resistance. Ramming; WalkerUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2011Jun 30, 20132011-0309C$90,000.00 Breeding Pierce's disease resistant table and raisin grapes, and the development of markers for additional sources of resistance. Ramming; WalkerUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 01, 2011Jun 30, 20132011-0309A$58,320.00 Breeding Pierce's disease resistant table and raisin grapes, and the development of markers for additional sources of resistance. Ramming; WalkerUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 01, 2009Jun 30, 201309-0780$45,370.00 Field evaluation of grape plants expressing PR1 and UT456 transgenic DNA sequences for protection against Pierce's disease. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2011Jun 30, 201311-0184-SA$41,320.00 Breeding Pierce's disease resistant table and raisin grapes, and the development of markers for additional sources of resistance. Ramming; WalkerUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2011Jun 30, 201311-0144-SA$28,478.00 Can Pierce's disease PdR1 resistance introgressed into Vitis vinifera be translocated from a resistant rootstock to a susceptible scion? StengerUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 01, 2011Jun 30, 201311-0147-SA$23,730.00 Vouchering specimens of egg parasitoids of the glassy-winged sharpshooter collected by the CDFA Pierce's Disease Biological Control Program in California and Texas A&M in Texas. TriapitsynUniversity of California, Riverside
Mar 01, 2010Feb 28, 201309-0729$78,236.00 HNE-CecB and PGIP transgenic grapevine field trial. DandekarUniversity of California, Davis
Mar 01, 2010Feb 28, 201309-0746$60,426.00 Field evaluations of grafted grape lines expressing polygalacturonase inhibiting proteins. PowellUniversity of California, Davis
Mar 01, 2010Feb 28, 201309-0780$45,370.00 Field evaluation of grape plants expressing P14 and UT456 transgenic DNA sequences for protection against Pierce's disease. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Mar 01, 2010Feb 28, 201309-0748$40,685.00 Field evaluation of diffusible signal factor producing grape for control of Pierce's disease. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Mar 01, 2010Feb 28, 201309-0781$35,832.00 Field evaluation of grape plants expressing potential protective DNA sequences effective against Pierce's disease. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Mar 01, 2010Feb 28, 201309-0782$28,912.00 Field trial for resistance to Pierce's disease. MillerUniversity of California, Riverside
Sep 01, 2009Aug 31, 20122009-227$250,000.00 In Planta testing of signal peptides and anti-microbial proteins for controlling movement of Xylella DandekarUniversity of California, Davis
Sep 01, 2009Aug 31, 20122009-220$200,000.00 Continued assessment of Xylella fastidiosa fimbrial adhesins as important virulence factors in Pierce's disease: Influence of Xylem sap. HochCornell University
Sep 01, 2009Aug 31, 20122009-245$185,083.00 Grape recognition of Xylella surface proteins and their relationship to Pierce's disease symptom development. FeldsteinUniversity of California, Davis
Sep 01, 2009Aug 31, 20122009-244$158,560.00 Genomic sequencing of biocontrol strain EB92-1 and identification of elicitor(s) of effective defense in Vitis vinifera against Pierce s disease. GabrielUniversity of Florida
Sep 01, 2009Aug 31, 20122009-221$153,242.00 The role of type V secretion autotransporters in the virulence of Xylella fastidiosa. IgoUniversity of California, Davis
Sep 01, 2009Aug 31, 20122009-242$120,000.00 The role of lipopolysaccharides in virulence, biofilm formation and host specificity of Xylella fastidiosa RoperUniversity of California, Riverside
Sep 01, 2009Aug 31, 20122009-223$118,478.00 Influence of host Xylem chemistry on regulation of Xylella fastidiosa virulence genes and host specificity CookseyUniversity of California, Riverside
Sep 01, 2009Aug 31, 20122009-214$68,128.00 Development of effective monitoring techniques for sharpshooters and their parasitoids CookseyUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 201203-0293$1,647,800.00 Breeding Pierce's disease resistant winegrapes. Walker; TenscherUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 20122010-257$309,657.00 Pierce's disease control and bacterial population dynamics in wine grape varieties grafted to rootstocks expressing anti-apoptotic transgene GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 20122010-279$280,156.00 The oxidative stress response: Identifying proteins critical for Xylella fastidiosa survival in grapevines IgoUniversity of California, Davis
Sep 01, 2008Jun 30, 201208-0448$248,631.00 The benefits and costs of alternative policies for the management of Pierce's disease. AlstonUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 20122010-292$247,810.00 Development and use of recombinant Homalodisca coagulata virus-1 for controlling the glassy-winged sharpshooter. FalkUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 20122010-287$242,990.00 Exploiting a chemosensory signal transduction system that controls twitching motility and virulence in Xylella fastidiosa BurrCornell University
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 201210-0280$101,804.00 Control of Pierce's disease with fungal endophytes of grapevines that are antagonistic to Xylella fastidiosa. RolshausenUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 20122010-297$88,000.00 Characterization of Xylella fastidiosa genes required for pathogencity RonaldUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 20122010-266 $66,000.00 Clarification of xylem features limiting the entry and systemic spread of Xylella fastidiosa in grapevines and exploration of an approach controlling Pierce's disease symptom development. SunUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 20122010-302$62,879.00 Grapevine xylem phenolic composition: Correlation with susceptibility to Pierce's disease and induction trials. WaterhouseUniversity of California, Davis
Aug 15, 2008Nov 14, 20112008-200$127,886.00 Inhibition of Xylella fastidiosa polygalacturonase to produce Pierce's disease resistant grapevines. KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2010Sep 30, 201108-0790$288,745.00 Residual efficacy of materials used for quarantine against the glassy-winged sharpshooter in California's commercial ornamental nurseries. Redak 
Aug 15, 2008Aug 14, 20112008-205$293,376.00 Systemic control of Pierce's disease by altered expression of anti-apoptotic genes or their RNA-based regulatory elements. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Aug 15, 2008Aug 14, 20112008-186$242,251.00 RNA-interference and control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and other leafhopper vectors of Xylella fastidiosa. Falk; Sudarshanna; ParrellaUniversity of California, Davis
Aug 15, 2008Aug 14, 2011 2008-178B$208,500.00 Breeding Pierce's disease resistant table and raisin grapes, and the development of markers for additional sources of resistance. Ramming; WalkerUniversity of California, Davis
Aug 15, 2008Aug 14, 20112008-179$128,560.00 The role of type I secretion in the pathogenicity of Xylella fastidiosa. GabrielUniversity of Florida
Aug 15, 2008Aug 14, 20112008-163$58,086.00 Are natural enemies controlling glassy-winged sharpshooter in southern California? Hoddle; StouthamerUniversity of California, Riverside
Aug 15, 2008Aug 14, 20112008-178A$48,500.00 Breeding Pierce's disease resistant table and raisin grapes, and the development of markers for additional sources of resistance. Ramming; WalkerUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 01, 2007Jun 30, 201107-0323$351,200.00 Control of Pierce's disease by methods involving pathogen confusion. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2008Jun 30, 201108-0170$236,500.00 Exploiting pathogen signal molecules for control of Pierce's disease. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2006Jun 30, 201106-0223$235,922.00 Isolation, characterization, and genetic manipulation of Xylella fastidiosa hemagglutinin genes. KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2008Jun 30, 201108-0173$220,302.00 Which grape varietals are sources of Pierce's disease spread? Decoupling resistance, tolerance, and glassy-winged sharpshooter discrimination. AlmeidaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 2011 $108,699.00 The endocrine system of the glassy-winged sharpshooter , a viable insecticide target. Hammock; KamitaUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2010Jun 30, 20112010-290$64,260.00 Isolation, characterization and genetic manipulation of Xylella fastidiosa hemagglutinin genes KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2008Dec 31, 201008-0174$97,684.00 Do cell wall structures limit Xylella fastidiosa distribution in inoculated Pierce's disease susceptible and resistant grapevines? LabavitchUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2008Dec 31, 201008-0172$49,139.00 Understanding the dynamics of neonicotinoid insecticidal activity against the glassy-winged sharpshooter: Development of target thresholds in grapevines. ByrneUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2006Jun 30, 201006-0222$347,050.00 Biology of the Xylella fastidiosa - vector interface. AlmeidaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2006Jun 30, 201006-0225$153,285.00 The pit membrane barrier to Xylella fastidiosa movement in grapevines: Biochemical and physiological analysis. LabavitchUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2008Jun 30, 201008-0790$118,645.00 Evaluation of additional insecticides for quarantine against the glassy-winged sharpshooter in California's commercial ornamental nurseries. Redak 
Jul 01, 2007Jun 30, 201007-0176$39,000.00 Improved detection, monitoring, and management of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. MizellUniversity of Florida
Jul 01, 2008Jun 30, 201008-0197$37,231.00 The economics of Pierce's disease in California. JetterUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2008Dec 31, 200908-0175$183,187.00 In planta testing of signal peptides and anti-microbial proteins for rapid clearance of Xylella. DandekarUniversity of California, Davis
Dec 01, 2006Dec 01, 2009 $399,617.00 Insect vector management in grape MitchellTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 15, 2007Jul 14, 2009SA7364$229,814.00 The significance of Xylella fastidiosa type I and type IV pili in biofilm structure, bacterial survival in biofilms, and in DNA secretion and uptake. Burr; HochCornell University
Jul 15, 2007Jul 14, 2009SA7363$149,803.00 The role of type V secretion autotransporters in the virulence of Xylella fastidiosa. IgoUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2006Jul 01, 2009 $251,764.00 Developing Pierce's disease control strategies for Texas: Host plant resistance, vegetation management, supplemental hosts of Xylella fastidiosa, and isolate characterization. BlackTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 01, 2007Jul 01, 2009 $165,000.00 Evaluating the Xylella fastidiosa cyclic diguanylate pathway for Pierce's disease control. Appel; de FigueiredoTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 01, 2006Jul 01, 2009 $150,382.00 Evaluation and investigation of Vitis germplasm with potential tolerance to Pierce's disease, cooperating in the exploration of Xylella hosts and variability, and Pierce's disease extension outreach for KamasTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 01, 2007Jul 01, 2009 $114,750.00 Bacteriophage and bacteriocins of Xylella fastidiosa: Potential biocontrol agents. GonzalezTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 01, 2008Jul 01, 2009 $20,000.00 A structure-function approach to identify genes involved in the control of Pierce's disease symptoms in grape: Programmed cell death induced by ethylene in petioles of vines infected with Pierce's disease. CobbTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 01, 2002Jun 30, 200902-0149$613,216.00 Exploiting Xylella fastidiosa proteins for Pierce's disease control. Civerolo; BrueningUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2007Jun 30, 200907-0298$201,110.00 Xylella fastidiosa transmission by the glassy-winged sharpshooter and smoketree sharpshooter from alternate hosts to grapevines. PerringUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2007Jun 30, 200907-0300$150,194.00 Seasonal transmission of Xylella fastidiosa by the glassy-winged sharpshooter from grapevines infected for various lengths of time. PerringUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2006Jun 30, 200906-0226$136,787.00 Assessment of the process of movement of Xylella fastidiosa within susceptible and resistant grape varieties. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2007Jun 30, 200907-0324$86,000.00 Evolution of Xylella fastidiosa avirulence. AlmeidaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2008Jun 30, 200908-0451$31,485.00 Functional testing and delivery of Pierce's disease specific promoters from grape. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2006Mar 30, 200906-0228$144,177.00 Should neoclassical biological control agents from Argentina be released in California for control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter? HoddleUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2009 $1,207,008.00 Symbiotic control of Pierce's disease. MillerUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2009 $745,606.00 Phenology of reproduction, seasonal response to host plants, and ecological factors affecting survival of xylem sap feeding Hemiptera (Auchenorryncha) vectors of Pierce's disease of grapevine in Texas. Bextine; Mitchell; Sheather; Lauziere; BradyTexas Agricultural Experiment Station
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2009 $452,596.00 Applying epidemiological research to management of Pierce's disease in vineyards. Bextine; Mitchell; Lauziere; BradyTexas Agricultural Experiment Station
Jan 01, 2007Jan 01, 2009 $229,990.00 Development of a Pierce's disease management program in grape: Improving detection of Xylella fastidiosa in insect vectors and understanding transmission significance. Bextine; MitchellUniversity of Texas
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2009 $197,508.00 Evaluation and investigation of Vitis germplasm with potential tolerance to Pierce's disease, cooperating in the exploration of Xylella hosts and variability, and Pierce's disease extension outreach for Texas. Black; Kamas; Morano; Stevenson; WestoverTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jan 01, 2007Jan 01, 2009 $166,228.00 Investigation of genetic variability and gene expression differences among Xylella fastidiosa strains in Texas. Morano; BextineUniversity of Houston, Downtown
Jan 01, 2007Jan 01, 2009 $135,000.00 Developing Pierce's disease control strategies for Texas: Host plant resistance, vegetation management, supplemental hosts of Xylella fastidiosa, and isolate characterization. Black; Morano; Bextine; Stevenson; TroxclairTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jan 01, 2007Jan 01, 2009 $130,001.00 Evaluating the Xylella fastidiosa cyclic diguanylate pathway for Pierce's disease control. Appel; de FigueiredoTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2009 $125,228.00 Investigation of genetic variability and gene expression differences among Xylella fastidiosa strains in Texas. Morano; BextineUniversity of Houston, Downtown
Jan 01, 2007Jan 01, 2009 $114,750.00 Bacteriophage and bacteriocins of Xylella fastidiosa: Potential biocontrol agents. GonzalezTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jan 01, 2008Jan 01, 2009 $80,000.00 Enhancement of diagnostic capabilities in the Texas plant disease diagnostic laboratory. Appel; HellmanTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jan 01, 2008Jan 01, 2009 $60,000.00 Overwintering strategies of glassy-winged sharpshooter vectors of Pierce's disease in Texas. Lauziere; SetamouTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jan 01, 2007Jan 01, 2009 $39,718.00 A structure-function approach to identify genes involved in the control of Pierce's disease symptoms in grape: Programmed cell death induced by ethylene in petioles of vines infected with Pierce's disease. CobbTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 01, 2006Dec 31, 200806-0221$64,188.00 Importation of parasitoids of Homalodisca and other Proconiini genera from northwestern Mexico for the biological control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. BernalTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Dec 01, 2006Dec 01, 2008 $515,606.00 Phenology of reproduction, seasonal response to host plants and ecological factors affecting survival of xylem sap feeding Hemiptera (Auchenorrhyncha) vectors of Pierce's disease of grapevine in Texas. LauziereTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 15, 2006Jul 14, 2008SA7220$289,648.00 Functional testing and delivery of Pierce's disease specific promoters from grape. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 15, 2006Jul 14, 2008SA7216$223,000.00 Breeding Pierce's disease resistant table and raisin grapes, and the development of markers for additional sources of resistance. Ramming; WalkerUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 15, 2006Jul 14, 2008SA7213$218,850.00 Understanding control of Xylella fastidiosa cell aggregation: Importance in colonization and biofilm development in grapevine and sharpshooter foregut. Burr; HochCornell University
Jul 15, 2006Jul 14, 2008SA7218$150,182.00 Assessing the potential of forage alfalfa crops to serve as Xylella fastidiosa primary inoculum sources in the San Joaquin Valley. Groves; Daane; SistersonUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 15, 2007Jul 14, 2008SA7365$120,378.00 RNA-interference and control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and other leafhopper vectors of Xylella fastidiosa. Falk; Sudarshanna; ParrellaUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 15, 2006Jul 14, 2008SA7210$88,000.00 Identify the species of Mymaridae reared in Argentina and Mexico for potential introduction to California against glassy-winged sharpshooter and prepare and submit for publication a pictorial, annotated key ... TriapitsynUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 15, 2006Jul 14, 2008SA7221$80,000.00 The role of glassy-winged sharpshooter salivary enzymes in infection and movement of Xylella fastidiosa. Labavitch; BackusUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 15, 2006Jul 14, 2008SA7219$77,952.00 Use of peptide aptamers to explore blocking of Type I secretion of Xylella fastidiosa. GabrielUniversity of Florida
Jul 15, 2006Jul 14, 2008SA7214$71,392.00 Modelling sharpshooter transmission of Xylella fastidiosa AlmeidaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 15, 2006Jul 14, 2008SA7215$63,580.00 The role of alfalfa in the epidemiology of Xylella fastidiosa in California. AlmeidaUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 15, 2007Jul 14, 2008SA7362$42,000.00 Evaluation of the impact of neonicotinoid insecticides on the glassy-winged sharpshooter and its egg parasitoids. ByrneUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2006Jul 01, 2008 $602,715.00 Infrastructure and management support the Pierce's disease applied research and education program in Texas. Heinz; Gross; Davis; SupakTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 01, 2006Jul 01, 2008 $289,648.00 Resistance to Pierce's disease by transgenic expression of plant-derived anti-apoptotic genes. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2006Jul 01, 2008 $127,923.00 Statewide vineyard survey and development of a Geographic Information System for the landscape level analysis of the distribution and incidence of Pierce's disease in Texas. HellmanTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 01, 2006Jul 01, 2008 $127,833.00 Temporal and spatial aspects of Pierce's disease in relation to longevity and productivity of four grapevine cultivars. AppelTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200804-0608$581,708.00 Functional testing and characterization of Pierce's disease induced promoters from grape. GilchristUniversity of California, Davis
May 01, 2002Jun 30, 200801-0712$462,341.00 Mechanisms of Pierce's disease transmission in grapevines: The xylem pathways and movement of Xylella fastidiosa. Rost; MatthewsUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2005Jun 30, 200805-0588$306,424.00 Management of Pierce's disease of grapevine by interfering with cell-cell communication in Xylella fastidiosa. LindowUniversity of California
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200803-0275$262,784.00 Laboratory and field evaluations of neonicotinoid insecticides against the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Toscano; Byrne; CastleUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2006Jun 30, 200806-0224$136,496.00 Enabling technologies for grape transformation BennettUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2006Jun 30, 200806-0229$128,863.00 Determining the day-degree requirements for glassy-winged sharpshooter development and quantification of demographic statistics at five temperatures. HoddleUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2007Jun 30, 200807-0322$98,653.00 Evaluation of signal sequences for the delivery of transgene products into the xylem of grapevines. DandekarUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2006Jun 30, 200806-0227$90,900.00 Characterization of regulatory pathways controlling virulence in Xylella fastidiosa. CookseyUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2007Jun 30, 200807-0299$71,504.00 Inhibition of Xylella fastidiosa polygalacturonase to produce Pierce's disease resistant grapevines. KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2007Jun 30, 200807-0177$42,737.00 Assessing the post-winter threat of glassy-winged sharpshooter populations. JohnsonUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2004Dec 31, 200704-0565$165,983.00 Overwintering biology of the glassy-winged sharpshooter in California's San Joaquin Valley: Factors limiting vector movement and distribution. Groves; Johnson; Backus; DaaneUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2004Dec 31, 200704-0490$162,532.00 Multi-locus simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers for genotyping and genetic diversity assessment of Xylella fastidiosa in California. Walker; LinUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 15, 2006Jul 14, 2007SA7217$65,000.00 The spatial distribution of Pierce's disease across the North Coast: Patterns, causes, and implications for management. Baumgartner; QuinnUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 15, 2006Jul 14, 2007SA7212$54,435.00 Host plant preference and natural infectivity of insect vectors on common weeds known to host Xylella fastidiosa.f DaaneUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2006Jul 01, 2007 $21,000.00 Comparison of Pierce's disease in resistant, tolerant, and susceptible grape varieties: Correlation of xylem structure and Xylella fastidiosa infection. CobbTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jul 01, 2002Jun 30, 200702-0150$1,039,834.00 Functional genomics of the grape-Xylella interaction: Towards the identification of host resistance determinants. CookUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200703-0471$782,077.00 Design of chimeric antimicrobial proteins for rapid clearance of Xylella. Dandekar; McDonald; Hong-Geller; GuptaUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200703-0287$300,300.00 Evaluation of grapevine endophytic bacteria for control of Pierce's disease. Kirkpatrick; WhistlerUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200703-0296$255,738.00 Contribution of Xylella fastidiosa genes unique to grape strains to its virulence to grape and utility in specific detection of grape strains by DNA-based methods. Lindow; RichardsonUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200703-0337$212,114.00 Developing day-degree models to predict spread within California for exotic mymarid parasitoids released for glassy-winged sharpshooter control and using demographic data to investigate competition for hosts. HoddleUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200703-0274$188,998.00 Developing transcriptional profiles and microarray expression analysis of grape plant response to Xylella fastidiosa. LinUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200704-0484$151,276.00 The contribution of the pectin-degrading enzyme polygalacturonase (PG) in transmission of Xylella fastidiosa to grape, and use of PG-inhibitor proteins for transgenic resistance to Pierce's disease. Labavitch; Backus; MorganUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200704-0530$132,109.00 Compatibility of insecticides with natural enemies of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Henneberry; Toscano; MorseUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200704-0492$131,900.00 Realized lifetime parasitism of glassy-winged sharpshooter egg masses by Gonatocerus ashmeadi. Hoddle; LuckUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200704-0488$98,796.00 Microbial control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter with the entomopathogenic fungi Pseudogibellula formicarum and Hirsutella sp. Kaya; McGuireUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2005Jun 30, 2007CDFA Hill 02$43,000.00 The effect of dormant season survival of Xylella fastidiosa in grapevines on Pierce's disease epidemics in California. HillCalifornia Department of Food and Agriculture
Jul 01, 2004Apr 30, 200704-0485$126,641.00 Linking the model of the development of Pierce's disease in grapevines to an understanding of the dynamics of glassy-winged sharpshooter transmission of Xylella fastidiosa to grapevines and grapevine gene expression markers of Pierce's disease infection. Labavitch; Backus; Matthews; ShackelUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2007 $2,335,929.00 Paratransgenesis to control Pierce's disease. MillerUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2007 $454,529.00 Physiological factors and consequences of systemic infection by Xylella fastidiosa. MatthewsUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $449,205.00 Phenology of reproduction, seasonal response to host plants, and ecological factors affecting survival of xylem sap feeding Hemiptera (Auchenorrhyncha) vectors of Pierce's disease of grapevine in Texas. LauziereTexas Agricultural Experiment Station
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2007 $380,315.00 Exploiting Xylella fastidiosa proteins for Pierce's disease control. Civerolo; BrueningUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $248,633.00 The roles that different pili classes in Xylella fastidiosa play in colonization of grapevines and Pierce's disease pathogenesis. Burr; HochCornell University
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2007 $234,067.00 Development of a field sampling plan for glassy-winged sharpshooter vectored Pierce's disease. Hashim; Perring; GispertUniversity of California
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2007 $228,478.00 Development of a Pierce's disease management program in grape. Bextine; MitchellUniversity of Texas
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2007 $203,415.00 Epidemiology and control of Pierce's disease in Texas vineyards. AppelTexas Agricultural Experiment Station
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2007 $177,673.00 Culture-independent analysis of endophytic microbial communities in grapevine in relation to Pierce's disease. Cooksey; BornemanUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $170,604.00 Understanding and curtailing oviposition by the glassy-winged sharpshooter on nursery plants. Blua; RedakUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2007 $151,094.00 Pierce's disease applied research in Texas and extension office outreach for Texas and other affected areas. KamasUnited States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $137,731.00 Xylem fluid chemistry mediation of Pierce's disease: Stimulation of aggregation and biofilm. Leite; AndersenFlorida Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2007 $129,475.00 Pierce's disease risk in Texas: Reservoirs of Xylella fastidiosa, host-strain relationships, and soil factors. BlackUnited States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $129,325.00 Plasmid addiction as a novel approach to developing a stable plasmid vector for Xylella fastidiosa. Igo; YoungUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2007 $127,065.00 Improving our understanding of substance transport across unions Reisch; CousinsCornell University
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $122,224.00 The role of type I secretion in the pathogenicity of Xylella fastidiosa. GabrielUniversity of Florida
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $120,356.00 The role of type V secretion autotransporters in the virulence of Xylella fastidiosa. IgoUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $112,193.00 Dispersal and movement of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and associated natural enemies in a continuous, deficit-irrigated agricultural landscape. Groves; Johnson; LuckUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $99,657.00 The Anagrus epos complex: A likely source of effective classical biological control agents for glassy-winged sharpshooter control. Morse; StouthamerUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $98,774.00 Comparative proteomic analysis of stem tissue and xylem sap from Pierce's disease resistant and susceptible grapevines. Lin; FritschiUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2007 $97,629.00 Statewide vineyard survey and development of a GIS system for the study of Pierce's disease in Texas. HellmanUnited States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2007 $94,762.00 Inhibition of Xylella fastidiosa polygalacturonase to produce Pierce's disease resistant grapevines. KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2007 $93,318.00 Characterization of neonicotinoids and their plant metabolites in citrus trees and grapevines, and evaluation of their efficacy against the glassy-winged sharpshooter and the egg parasitoid Gonatocerus ashmeadi. Toscano; ByrneUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2007 $86,491.00 Testing transgenic grapevines for resistance to Pierce's disease. Reisch; KikkertCornell University
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $82,222.00 Evaluation of signal sequences for the delivery of transgene products into the xylem of grapevines. DandekarUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $64,665.00 Are glassy-winged sharpshooter populations regulated in California? Long-term phenological studies and construction of multi-cohort tables for the glassy-winged sharpshooter in citrus orchards. HoddleUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2007 $55,337.00 Investigation of genetic variability among Xylella fastidiosa strains in Texas vineyards and surrounding vegetation. MoranoUniversity of Houston
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $45,625.00 Development of biological control and vegetation management tactics for glassy-winged sharpshooter management. BernalTexas Agricultural and Mechanical University
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Glassy-winged sharpshooter and Pierce's disease. Hall; HunterUnited States Department of Agriculture
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Development of a degree-day cooling model for the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Groves; SistersonAgricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Modeling the spread of Xylella fastidiosa. SistersonAgricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Induced resistance to Xylella fastidiosa infection and development of Pierce's disease. SistersonAgricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 The role of visual and olfactory stimuli in glassy-winged sharpshooter host finding behavior. PattWeslaco, TX
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Assessing secondary spread of Xylella fastidiosa in almond. Groves; ChenUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Seasonal abundance of the glassy-winged sharpshooter in selected crop and non-crop habitats. GrovesUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Management of Pierce's disease. CiveroloUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Genetic characterization of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and its natural enemies to support and enhance the biological control program. de LeonUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Genetic characterization of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and its natural enemies to support and enhance the biological control program (1). de LeonUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Genetic characterization of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and its natural enemies to support and enhance the biological control program (2). de LeonUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Genetic characterization of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and its natural enemies to support and enhance the biological control program (3). de LeonUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Genetic characterization of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and its natural enemies to support and enhance the biological control program (4). de LeonUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Identification, molecular characterization, and detection of foreign and newly emerging domestic bacteria. SchaadUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Xylella fastidiosa vector interactions (2). BackusUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Xylella fastidiosa strain diversity. ChenUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Xylella fastidiosa vector interactions. BackusUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Effects of Xylella on diverse almond and peach germplasm. LedbetterUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Development of storage technology for use in the mass rearing of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and its parasitoids. LeopoldUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Genetic characterization of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and its natural enemies to support and enhance the biological control program (5). de LeonUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Exploration for biological control agents in the native range of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. GoolsbyUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Xylella fastidiosa phage biology. StengerUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Exotic pathogens of citrus. HartungUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2006Jan 01, 2007 $0.00 Xylella fastidiosa genome sequences. Sluys; CiveroloUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2004Dec 31, 200604-0482$106,396.00 Quantitative aspects of the transmission of Xylella fastidiosa by the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Miller; BluaUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2003Dec 31, 200603-0283$103,436.00 Magnetic resonance imaging: A non-destructive approach for detection of xylem blockages in Xylella fastidiosa infected grapevines. Labavitch; ShackelUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2004Oct 31, 200604-0529$135,531.00 Effects of chemical milieu on attachment aggregation, biofilm formation, and vector transmission of Xylella fastidiosa strains. PurcellUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2004Oct 31, 200604-0531$123,782.00 A screen for Xylella fastidiosa genes involved in transmission by insect vectors. Lindow; PurcellUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2003Sep 30, 200603-0277$291,815.00 Biology and ecology of the glassy-winged sharpshooter in the San Joaquin Valley. Johnson; DaaneUniversity of California, Riverside
Mar 01, 2004Aug 31, 200603-0694$11,500.00 Evaluation of blue-green sharpshooter flight height. WeberUniversity of California
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200603-0288$775,034.00 Screening of grape cDNA libraries and functional testing of genes conferring resistance to Pierce's disease. Gilchrist; LincolnUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200603-0286$263,108.00 DNA microarray and mutational analysis to identify virulence genes in Xylella fastidiosa. CookseyUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200603-0289$180,905.00 Documentation and characterization of Xylella fastidiosa strains in landscape hosts. Cooksey; Wong; CostaUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200604-0555$174,371.00 Epidemiological analyses of glassy-winged sharpshooter and Pierce's disease data. PerringUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200603-0284$161,021.00 Effects of feeding substrate on retention and transmission of Xylella fastidiosa strains by the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Cooksey; Perring; CostaUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200604-0483$148,073.00 Evaluation of resistance potential in the glassy-winged sharpshooter using toxicological, biochemical, and genomics approaches. Federici; Toscano; ByrneUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200604-0526$126,768.00 Development of an artificial diet for the glassy-winged sharpshooter. CoudronUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200604-0494$117,675.00 Importance of ground vegetation in the dispersion and overwintering of Xylella fastidiosa. DaaneUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200604-0493$114,700.00 Identifying key predators of the various glassy-winged sharpshooter lifestages. Groves; Henneberry; Civerolo; Hagler; Fournier; de Leon; DaaneUnited States Department of Agriculture
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200604-0848$74,658.00 Testing transgenic grapevines for resistance to Pierce's disease. Reisch; Walker; KikkertUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200604-0487$63,515.00 Spatial database creation and maintenance for Pierce's disease and the glassy-winged sharpshooter in California. KellyUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200604-0648$56,326.00 Effects of juvenile hormone analogs on the survival and reproductive status of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. MizellUniversity of Florida
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200604-0424$54,950.00 Manipulation of Hirsutella as a biological control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Boucias; MizellUniversity of Florida
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200604-0481$54,113.00 Significance of riparian plants in the epidemiology of Pierce's disease. BaumgartnerUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 01, 2005Jun 30, 200605-0310$22,500.00 Maintain and evaluate quarantine cultures of Gonatocerus spp., promising egg parasitoids from Argentina and Mexico, for the classical biological control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter in California. HoddleUniversity of California, Riverside
Mar 01, 2004Feb 28, 200603-0724$35,200.00 Optimization of Admire applications in north coast vineyards. Toscano; WeberUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $256,066.00 Evaluating the roles of pili in twitching and long distance movement of Xylella fastidiosa in grape xylem and in the colonization of sharpshooter foregut. Burr; HochCornell University
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2006 $202,561.00 Are natural enemies controlling glassy-winged sharpshooter in southern California? Hoddle; StouthamerUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $162,000.00 Where, when, and how do ingestion and other feeding behaviors of the glassy-winged sharpshooter allow inoculation of Xylella fastidiosa? Miller; BackusUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $161,354.00 An immunological approach for quantifying predation rates on the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Blackmer; HaglerUnited States Department of Agriculture
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2006 $155,277.00 The Xylella fastidiosa cell surface. IgoUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2006 $143,795.00 Characterization and identification of Pierce's disease resistance mechanisms: Analysis of xylem anatomic structures and of natural products in xylem sap among Vitis. LinUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2006 $142,793.00 Epidemiology of Pierce's disease in the Central San Joaquin Valley of California: Factors affecting pathogen distribution and dispersal. Groves; SistersonAgricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2006SA6622$136,144.00 Monitoring and control measures for Pierce's disease in Kern County. HashimUniversity of California
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $123,736.00 Quantifying landscaping-scale movement patterns of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and its natural enemies using a novel mark-capture technique. Hagler; DaaneUnited States Department of Agriculture
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $117,999.00 Effects of group, variety, and climate on the establishment and persistence of Xylella fastidiosa infections causing almond leaf scorch. Wistrom; Daane; PurcellUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $105,448.00 Development of glassy-winged sharpshooter mimetic insecticidal peptides, and an endophytic bacterial system for their delivery to mature grape xylem and evaluation of peptide and delivery system efficacy. Cooksey; FedericiUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $105,165.00 Identification of traits of Xylella fastidiosa confering virulence to grape and insect transmission by analysis of global gene expression using DNA microarrays. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $95,117.00 Seasonal population dynamics of glassy-winged sharpshooter egg parasitoids: Variability across sites and host plants. MorseUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $67,936.00 Complementation vector with increased stability in Xylella. GabrielUniversity of Florida
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $61,000.00 Monitoring the seasonal incidence of Xylella fastidiosa in glassy-winged sharpshooter populations. CastleUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $56,000.00 A genome-wide approach to plant-host pathogenicity in Xylella fastidiosa: Multigenic methods for identifying strains, for studying the role of inter-strain recombination, and for identifying pathogenicity candidate genes. Stouthamer; NunneyUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $47,190.00 Evaluation of an antibacterial peptide (cecropin A) as a resistance agent in plant xylem against Xylella fastidiosa. Hammock; Warkentin; KamitaUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2005Jan 01, 2006 $44,725.00 Glassy-winged sharpshooter impact on orange yield, fruit size, and quality. Arpaia; Hix; LovattUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2006 $35,242.00 Mating behavior of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. HuntIndiana University
Jul 01, 2003Dec 31, 200503-0279$94,301.00 Patterns of Xylella fastidiosa infection in plants and effects on acquisition by insect vectors. Lindow; PurcellUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2004Dec 31, 200504-0528$25,000.00 Prepare and submit for publication a pictorial, annotated key to Gonatocerus species and other genera and species of Mymaridae egg parasitoids of Homalodisca spp. and other Proconiine sharpshooters in North America, with emphasis on the species native or introduced to California. TriapitsynUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2004Sep 30, 200504-0527$61,935.00 Plasmid addiction as a novel approach to developing a stable plasmid vector for Xylella fastidiosa. Igo; YoungUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2004Sep 15, 200504-0533$43,673.00 Development of an artificial diet and evaluation of artificial ovipositional substrates for the in vitro rearing of Gonatocerus spp., parasitoids of the eggs of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. CoudronUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jul 01, 2003Aug 30, 200503-0285$152,877.00 Glassy-winged sharpshooter population dynamics as a tool for eradicating glassy-winged sharpshooter populations. LuckUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2004Aug 30, 200504-0532$92,384.00 Multilocus sequence typing to identify reservoirs of Xylella fastidiosa diversity in natural hosts in California. Cooksey; Stouthamer; Nunney; LuckUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2002Jun 30, 200502-0151 $282,036.00 Management of Pierce's disease of grapevine by interfering with cell-cell communication in Xylella fastidiosa. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Aug 01, 2002Jun 30, 2005CDFA Hill 01$210,580.00 Epidemiological assessments of Pierce's disease. HillCalifornia Department of Food and Agriculture
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200503-0335$205,772.00 Environmental fate of a genetically marked endophyte in grapevines and the glassy-winged sharpshooter. MillerUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200503-0292$128,128.00 Evaluation of bactericides for control of Pierce's disease and analysis of Xylella fastidiosa transposon mutants. KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200503-0297$114,233.00 The role of attachment of Xylella fastidiosa to grape and insects in its virulence and transmissibility. Lindow; PurcellUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200503-0294$100,572.00 Optimizing marker-aided selection for Xylella fastidiosa resistance to accelerate the breeding of Pierce's disease resistant grapes of high fruit quality. Walker; Krivanek; RiazUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200503-0470$95,642.00 Population dynamics and interactions between the glassy-winged sharpshooter and its host plants in response to California phenology. Mizell; AndersenUniversity of Florida
Jun 01, 2003Jun 30, 200502-0904$79,785.00 Toward a standardized treatment to eliminate glassy-winged sharpshooters egg masses in commercial nursery stock. Redak 
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200503-0295$61,759.00 Differential plant inducibility of putative virulence genes by Xylella fastidiosa in susceptible and resistant plant hosts. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200504-0489$56,846.00 Isolation of bacteriophages specific for Xylella fastidiosa. IgoUniversity of California, Davis
May 01, 2002Jun 30, 200501-0710$45,621.00 Development of trapping systems to trap glassy-winged sharpshooter adults and nymphs in grape. Toscano; HixUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200503-0278$36,216.00 The role of bacterial attachment in transmission of Xylella fastidiosa by the glassy-winged sharpshooter and other factors affecting transmission efficiency. PurcellUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2004Jun 30, 200504-0491$34,000.00 Search for and collect egg parasitoids of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and other Homalodisca species in southeastern and southwestern Mexico. HoddleUniversity of California, Riverside
Jun 01, 2002Apr 30, 200501-0714$129,369.00 Impact of screen barriers and trap crops on infestation of a nursery yard by the glassy-winged sharpshooter. BluaUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $137,497.00 Evaluation of olfactory responses by Gonatocerus ashmeadi, a parasitoid of glassy-winged sharpshooter egg masses, on various plants. LuckUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $128,230.00 Rapid bioluminescent monitoring of infection by the Pierce's disease agent. Young 
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $122,396.00 Development of glassy-winged sharpshooter mimetic insecticidal peptides, and an endophytic bacterial system for their delivery to mature grape. Cooksey; FedericiUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $113,099.00 Area-wide epidemiology of Pierce's disease in the Coachella Valley. PerringUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $103,451.00 Reproductive biology of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Peng; ZalomUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $102,513.00 Directing anti-Xylella gene products to the xylem of transgenic grapevines. Dandekar; MeredithUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $96,307.00 Development of peptide antibiotic-based control strategies for Xylella fastidiosa. Hammock; KamitaUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $94,104.00 Influence of environment / host plant effects on toxicity of insecticides to the glassy-winged sharpshooter. ToscanoUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $74,958.00 Developing a microarray-PCR-based identification and detection system for Xylella fastidiosa strains important to California. Civerolo; ChenUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $62,566.00 Treatment thresholds for the glassy-winged sharpshooter based on the local epidemiology of Pierce's disease spread. PerringUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $47,819.00 Characterization of plant metabolites of imidacioprid in citrus trees and grapevines, and evaluation of their efficacy against glassy-winged sharpshooter. Toscano; ByrneUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2005 $32,578.00 Glassy-winged sharpshooter behavior and host plant phenology in Kern County, California. KolbCalifornia State University
Jan 01, 2004Jan 01, 2005 $19,168.00 Entomopathogenic fungi for the biological control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. KayaUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2002Dec 31, 200402-0259$79,068.00 (1) Understand how Xylella fastidiosa moves, and the patterns of its movement in systemic and nonsystemic plant hosts using microscopy; (2) Determine the fate of Xylella fastidiosa in weeds, cover crops, and adjacent vegetation common to vineyards of California's San Joaquin Valley. PurcellUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jul 01, 2003Dec 31, 200403-0336$38,436.00 Search for and collect egg parasitoids of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and other Proconiine sharpshooters in the central and eastern USA. HoddleUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2003Dec 31, 200403-0291$35,000.00 Impact of neonicotinoids and an insect growth regulator on natural enemies of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and other citrus pests. ToscanoUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2002Aug 31, 200402-0168$92,698.00 Xylem fluid chemistry mediation of resistance to Pierce's disease. AndersenUniversity of Florida
Jun 01, 2000Jun 30, 200499-0837$675,000.00 Biological, cultural, genetic, and chemical control of Pierce's disease. Kirkpatrick; Walker; Weber; Purcell; AndersenUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2002Jun 30, 200402-0258$89,051.00 Create and evaluate a random transposon insertion library of Xylella fastidiosa. KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2002Jun 30, 200402-0152$62,000.00 Behavioral and physiological determinants of the geographical range of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Mizell; AndersenUniversity of Florida
Jul 01, 2003Jun 30, 200403-0299$28,904.00 Characterization of resistance to Pierce's disease in Muscadinia rotundifolia and the potential for conferring resistance to grafted Vitis vinifera scions. Walker; RuelUniversity of California, Davis
May 01, 2000May 31, 200499-0838$372,967.00 Biological control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter in California: One cornerstone for the foundation of an integrated pest management program. Hoddle; Triapitsyn; Luck; RedakUniversity of California, Riverside
May 01, 2000Apr 30, 200499-0776$359,984.00 Impact of layering control tactics on the spread of Pierce's disease by the glassy-winged sharpshooter. RedakUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2004 $586,877.00 Application of Agrobacterium rhizogenes-mediated transformation strategies for a rapid high through-put screen for genetic resistance to Pierce's disease in grape that maintains the clonal integrity of the recipient host. Gilchrist; Lincoln; BrueningUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2004 $318,218.00 Control of Pierce's disease through degradation of xanthan gum. CookseyUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2004 $274,644.00 The development of Pierce's disease in xylem: The roles of vessel cavitation, cell wall metabolism and vessel occlusion. Labavitch; MatthewsUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2004 $209,676.00 Laboratory and field evaluations of imidacloprid, thiamethoxam and acetamidprid against the glassy-winged sharpshooter on citrus, grape and almonds. ToscanoUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2004 $200,249.00 Developing a novel detection and monitoring sytem for the glassy-winged sharpshooter Leal; ZalomUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2004 $195,682.00 Spatial and temporal relations between glassy-winged sharpshooter survival and movement, xylem flux patterns and xylem chemistry in different host plants. Hoddle; LuckUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004SA6632$181,344.00 Genome-wide identification of rapidly evolving genes in Xylella fastidiosa: Key elements in the systematic identification of host strains, and in the search for plant-host pathogenicity candidate genes. Stouthamer; NunneyUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2004 $165,000.00 Additional funding for an expanded genetic control of Pierce's disease program. Ramming; WalkerUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004SA6624$144,786.00 Understanding Xylella fastidosa colonization and communication in xylem lumina. Burr; HochCornell University
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004 $142,560.00 Plant - glassy-winged sharpshooter interactions: Physiological and biochemical mechanisms involved in host plant selection with particular reference to lemon and orange trees. ToscanoUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004SA6621$129,165.00 Exploration for facultative endosymbionts of sharpshooters. PurcellUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2004SA6481$125,300.00 Production and screening of Xylella fastidiosa transposon pathogenicity and attachment mutants KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2004 $115,380.00 Surrogate genetics for Xylella fastidiosa . StewartUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004 $115,070.00 Ultrastructural contributions to the study of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and Pierce's disease. FreemanNorth Dakota State University
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004 $98,562.00 Glassy-winged sharpshooter impact on citrus yield, fruit size, and quality. Grafton-Cardwell; Hix; DwellUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2004 $92,909.00 Reproductive biology and physiology of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Peng; ZalomUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004 $92,847.00 Developing a stable classification of the glassy-winged sharpshooter genus Homolodisca. McKameyUnited States Department of Agriculture
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004 $73,500.00 Mycopathogens and their exotoxins infecting the glassy-winged sharpshooter: Survey, evaluation, and storage. Boucias; MizellUniversity of Florida
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004 $63,795.00 Relationship between total population counts of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and numbers obtained from various sampling methods. Blua; RedakUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2004 $62,269.00 Mitochondrial DNA analysis of geographical populations of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. SmithCalifornia State University
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004 $51,676.00 Developing a method to detect Xylella fastidosa in the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Blua; RedakUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004 $18,477.00 Evaluate the ability of hyper spectral imagery to identify grapevines affected by Pierce's disease in multiple vineyards after the onset of visible symptoms and as a data source of identifying affected plants early in the growing season. AndersonUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2003Jan 01, 2004 $7,932.00 Trap crops and vegetative barriers for Pierce's disease. WeberUniversity of California
Jul 01, 2002Dec 31, 200302-0260$89,600.00 The genetics of resistance to Pierce's disease. WalkerUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2002Dec 31, 200302-0165$78,700.00 Breeding Pierce's disease resistant table and raisin grapes. Ramming; WalkerUniversity of California, Davis
May 01, 2000Jul 31, 200399-0775$255,000.00 Epidemiology of Pierce's disease in southern California: Identifying inoculum sources and transmission pathways. Cooksey; CostaUniversity of California, Riverside
May 01, 2000Jun 30, 200399-0778$154,629.00 Biological control of Pierce's disease with nonpathogenic strains of Xylella fastidiosa. CookseyUniversity of California, Riverside
Jul 01, 2002Jun 30, 200302-0169$10,000.00 Determine whether vegetation barriers between riparian areas and vineyards and/or insecticide-treated trap crops at the vineyard edge can reduce the incidence of Pierce's disease. WeberUniversity of California
Jun 01, 2001May 31, 200300-0646$155,495.00 Glassy-winged sharpshooter pesticide screening: Reduced risk. RedakUniversity of California, Riverside
May 01, 2000Apr 30, 200399-0774$225,000.00 Seasonal changes in glassy-winged sharpshooter age structure, abundance, host plant use, and dispersal. Hoddle; Luck; RedakUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2003 $299,313.00 Temecula Area-wide treatment program ToscanoUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6483$224,856.00 Sampling, seasonal abundance, and distribution of glassy-winged sharpshooters in citrus and grapes Blackmer; Toscano; Hagler; Naranjo; CastleUnited States Department of Agriculture
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6474$150,000.00 Sharpshooter feeding behavior in relation to transmission of Pierce's disease bacterium. BackusUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2003 $150,000.00 Epidemiology of Pierce's disease in the lower San Joaquin Valley. Civerolo; TubajikaUnited States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Center for Plant Health Science Technology
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2003 $146,861.00 Insecticide evaluations for adult glassy-winged sharpshooter control in southern California. Akey; Henneberry; ToscanoUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6472$139,713.00 Biology and ecology of the glassy-winged sharpshooter in the San Joaquin Valley. DaaneUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6477$122,146.00 The role of type I secretion in Pierce's disease. GabrielUniversity of Florida
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6471$115,000.00 A monoclonal antibody specific to glassy-winged sharpshooter egg protein: A tool for predator gut analysis and early detection of pest infestation. Costa; Hagler; DaaneUnited States Department of Agriculture
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6476$115,000.00 Chemical control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter: Establishment of baseline toxicity and development of monitoring techniques for detection of early resistance to insecticides. ToscanoUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6479$112,826.00 Characterization and studies on the fundamental mechanisms of Xylella fastidiosa transmission to grapevines by the glassy-winged sharpshooter. PurcellUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6469$112,233.00 The role of Xylella fastidiosa attachment on pathogenicity. LindowUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6482$108,233.00 Epidemiology of Pierce's disease in the Coachella Valley. PerringUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6475$85,000.00 Keys to management of the glassy-winged sharpshooter: Interactions between host plants, malnutrition, and natural enemies. MizellUniversity of Florida
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003 $69,462.00 Cold storage of parasitized and unparasitized eggs of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Leopold; YocumUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2003 $52,879.00 Identification of molecular markers in the grapevine's response to infection by Xylella fastidiosa AdamsUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6480$50,000.00 Directing potential anti-Xylella gene products to the xylem of trangenic grapevines MeredithUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2003 $47,807.00 Impact of multiple-strain infections of Xylella fastidiosa on acquisition and transmission by the glassy-winged sharpshooter. Cooksey; Gispert; CostaUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6470$43,810.00 Impact of sub-lethal doses of neonicotinoids on glassy-winged sharpshooter feeding and transmission of Pierce's disease. BluaUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6473$41,527.00 Reproductive biology and physiology of glassy-winged sharpshooter ZalomUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6468$7,947.00 Micro-reader for analysis of plant tissue for the presence of Xylella fastidiosa CostaUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2002Jan 01, 2003SA6478$7,878.00 Rootstock influence of Pierce's disease. CousinsCornell University, United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
Feb 01, 2001Dec 31, 200200-0586$41,263.00 Search for and collect egg parasitoids of the glassy-winged sharpshooter in the southeastern USA and northeastern Mexico. HoddleUniversity of California, Riverside
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2002 $466,601.00 Functional genomics of the grape-Xylella interaction: Towards the identification of host resistance determinants. Cook; Walker; KimUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2002 $150,000.00 Replicated field studies will be conducted to evaluate the impact of a factorial treatment arrangement of Admire. Glassy-winged sharpshooter populations will be monitored weekly using different methods. Surround studies. Puterka; GlennUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2002 $98,363.00 Isolation and characterization of glassy-winged sharpshooter pathogenic viruses. Hammock; KamitaUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2002 $72,215.00 Production and screening of Xylella fastidiosa transposon pathogenicity and attachment mutants. KirkpatrickUniversity of California, Davis
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2002 $53,604.00 Development of an artificial diet for the glassy-winged sharpshooter. CohenNorth Carolina State University
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2002 $49,632.00 Proposal for survival of the glassy-winged sharpshooter under field temperatures at various elevations. Bedard; LuvisiName Not Found
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2002 $49,277.00 Determine if bacterial polysaccharides produced by Xylella fastidiosa are causative agents of Pierce's disease. PriceState University of New York
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2002 $6,840.00 Enological evaluation of contact materials against the glassy-winged sharpshooter. ButzkePurdue University
Jan 01, 2001Jan 01, 2002 $632.00 Research in the surveying of insect vectors of Pierce's disease and Pierce's disease-infected plants for the presence of bacteriophage that infest Xylella fastidiosa. LauzonCalifornia State University
Oct 01, 2000Dec 31, 200100-0345$62,500.00 Genome sequence of a Pierce's disease strain of Xylella fastidiosa. CiveroloUnited States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service
May 01, 2000Jun 30, 200199-0779$36,556.00 Insect-symbiotic bacteria inhibitory to Xylella fastidiosa in sharpshooters. Miller; Lauzon; PeloquinUniversity of California, Riverside
May 01, 2000Jun 30, 200199-0777$20,000.00 Prevention of Pierce's disease transmission and infection: The role of induced plant resistance. GranettUniversity of California, Davis
Jul 01, 2000Jun 30, 200100-0322$13,977.00 Evaluation of the efficacy of Sevin (carbaryl) treatments in the Porterville glassy-winged sharpshooter infestation. Grafton-CardwellUniversity of California, Riverside
May 15, 2000Jun 30, 200199-0839$10,000.00 Economic impact of Pierce's disease on the California winegrape industry. SiebertUniversity of California, Berkeley