APPENDIX A:
PROPOSALS RECOMMENDED FOR FUNDING

Proposal #

Applicant PI

Proposal title

First year funds requested (total direct)

Requested period of funding, yrs

Estimated full term requested budget

Committee recommended funds, yr 1

Committee recommended period of funding, yrs

Committee recommended funds, full term

Cumulative (running total) of recommended funding for all proposals, First year

Comments and Explanations of Recommended Changes to Budget

HLB proposals recommended for funding

122

Falk

Controlling HLB by controlling psyllids with RNA intereference

$198,274

3

$602,507

$198,274

3

$602,507

$198,274

 

236

Yamamoto

Can insecticides and mineral oil avoid transmission of Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus by Diaphorina citri?

$39,275

2

$78,000

$39,275

2

$78,000

$237,549

 

21

Brown

The citrus psyllid transcriptome and time course differential gene expression in Ca. Liberibacter-infected/free whole psyllids and organs

$450,438

3

entry blank

$165,000

3

$495,000

$402,549

Budget interpreted from proposal, assuming entries on budget page are in error.

79

Gowda

Development of sensitive, non-radioactive and rapid tissue blot diagnostic method for large-scale detection of citrus greening pathogen

$41,040

2

$82,500

$41,040

2

$82,500

$443,589

Committee expressed some concern about sensitivity of the tissue blot method.

204

Spann

Strategies to minimize growth flushes of mature citrus trees with pruning practices and plant growth regulators to reduce psyllid feeding

$149,238

3

$450,000

$137,238

3

$411,714

$580,827

 

72

Gmitter

Assessment of the HLB Resistance and Tolerance in Citrus and Its Relatives

$50,000

3

$160,000

$50,000

3

$160,000

$630,827

 



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