KY FY24 CAPS Survey

Grants and Contracts Details


This Work Plan reflects a cooperative relationship between the University of Kentucky Research Foundation (the Cooperator) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ). It outlines the mission-related goals, objectives, and anticipated accomplishments as well as the approach for conducting a Soybean Commodity Survey, a Corn Commodity Survey, a Forest Pests Survey, and a Nursery & Retail Survey and the related roles and responsibilities of the parties [e.g., APHIS role(s) and Cooperator role(s)] as negotiated. II) RESULTS OR BENEFITS EXPECTED The Cooperator seeks to conduct a program which is expected to result in: ? The safeguarding of Kentucky’s top industries against many invasive pests. ? Timely identification of high-risk, exotic invasive organisms that could threaten the agricultural and natural resources of Kentucky and the United States. ? Providing survey data about these pests to keep the markets open for Kentucky’s agricultural products. This program facilitates the exportation of agricultural products from Kentucky by providing reasonable assurance of pest absence. ? Preventing invasive pests from becoming established. ? Early detection and a rapid response if any of these pests are found in the state. ? The entry of positive/negative data into NAPIS.
Effective start/end date1/1/2412/31/24


  • Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service: $51,583.00


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