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AgLab Photo Gallery
There’s more to strawberries than just great taste and a pleasing color. They are also high in a class of health-promoting compounds known as “phenolics.” (Photo by Peggy Greb, D3073-1)
Scientists are investigating an amino acid to help piglets cope with the stress of travel and avoid illness. Learn how we're helping piglets.
Rainbow trout hatching at a research lab in West Virginia. Did you know a single female trout can produce up to 5000 offspring per spawn? Learn about ARS research on trout and other aquaculture.
Photo illustration of the National Capitol Columns at the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington, D.C. Learn more about these Corinthian columns and the Arboretum’s many gardens.
Carrots that reflect almost all colors of the rainbow! Learn why they're good for your health.
An Eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly feeding on a pink zinnia flower. Learn more about ARS research on pollinators.
The yellow oyster mushroom is both beautiful and edible. Learn more about mushrooms and other ARS research in Albany, CA.
An extremely small rose bud mite spreads the rose rosette virus that damages roses. The mite hides deep in the rose flowers and leaf buds. Learn how these mites harm roses.