Dr. Ramón Arancibia's focus at the ESAREC is to improve sustainability of the vegetable crop industry in Virginia.
Dr. Mark Reiter recently received an award for “Outstanding Research Partner for Virginia” from the Virginia Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils.
Dr. Rideout continues his research in food safety and disease in vegetables and field crops.
Dr. Laura Strawn's research interests focus on enhanced microbial safety of fruit and vegetable production at both the pre- and post-harvest level.
Dr. Charlie Cahoon is focused on fostering Virginia agriculture by developing innovative and sustainable weed management solutions for row crop and vegetable growers.
Dr. Kuhar's research interests include biological control, ecology, integrated pest management, and insecticide resistance management strategies.