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AgLab Photo Gallery
ARS scientists are working to make leafy greens and other fresh produce, such as this freshly harvested kale, safer for consumers. (Peggy Greb, D4459-1)
It’s National Pear month. Records of pear cultivation date back 3,000 years. The pear genetic resource collection contains more than 1500 unique pear accessions from around the world.
ARS scientists help control poinsettia pests.
Pumpkin pie is a Thanksgiving favorite! (Photo by Peggy Greb, D260-1)
October was National Seafood Month but anytime is a good time for seafood. ARS studies show Americans should be eating more seafood which contain healthful nutrients. (D4994-1)
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