Projects funded at Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Total for 2006 = $ 15,000
- Catalytic Drying Technologies, $ 15,000 (donation of 3 infrared heaters for Methyl Bromide Alternatives Research, K-State)
Total for 2007 - NA
Total for 2006 = $ 25,500
- Armstrong Hunt, International, Miami, FL, $ 25,000 (donation of 3 steam heaters for our Hal Ross Flour Mill)
Total for 2005 = NA
Total for 2004 = $ 32,500
- Dow AgroSciences, IN which includes non-cash contributions such as project materials and labor, personal property and renovation, $ 32,500.
- Received a bench top infrared red heater from Catalytic Industrial Group, Independence, KS, and also the President, Virgil Macaluso, gave $2,500 to Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York, to cover expenses of Prof. David Wetzel to study effects of infrared radiation on stored-product insects.
Total for 2003 = $ 3,500
- Temp-Air®, Minnesota, three heating/cooling incubators from Tritech Research, Los Angeles, CA., $ 3,500 .
- Gustafson, Texas, $11,000 .
Total for 2002 = $ 26,300
- Plunkett’s Pest Control, Minnesota $ 200 worth of vertebrate pest management tools .
- Agriliance, Minnesota, $ 4,000 .
- Dow AgroSciences, Indiana, $ 11,000 .
- American Pest Management, Kansas, cockroach control tools for GRSC 651 lab sessions, $ 100 .
- Agriliance, Minnesota, $ 2,000 .
- Midwest Grain Products, Kansas, $ 9,000 .
Total for 2001 = $ 15,855
- Dow AgroSciences, Indiana, $ 10,000 .
- Dow AgroSciences, Indiana, $ 5,000.
- Copesan - specialists in pest solutions, Wisconsin, 306 SH, 5 videos for use in GRSC 651 course, $ 855 .
Total for 2000 = $ 8,672
- Nikon SMZ-1000 stereomicroscope from Boyce Scientific Inc. Missouri, for GRSC 651 lab sessions, $ 2,472 .
- Plunkett's Pest Control, Minnesota, WAX 104 B, pest control equipment for GRSC 651 lab teaching, $ 1,200 .
- KSU Entomology insects (duplicates), WA48 (WA001 now), insect specimens for GRSC 651 lab teaching (priceless) .
- KSU Entomology insects (duplicates), WA48 (WA001 now), cultures of stored-product insects for research, teaching, and outreach (priceless) .
- IFC, Kansas, to Kluwer for underwriting production costs for my book, “Alternatives to pesticides in stored-product IPM.”, $5,000 .
Total for 1999 = $ 13,750
- D and D Commodities, Minnesota, to pursue stored product research and teaching activities, $ 5,000 .
- Frontier Foods, Iowa, to pursue stored product research and teaching activities, $2,500 .
- Whitmire-Microgen, Illinois, donation for 1999 Heat Treatment Workshop, $ 500 .
- These were given to sponsor the 1999 Heat Treatment Workshop:
- Aggreko, Louisiana, $ 3,500
- Kraft Foods, Illinois, $ 600
- AIB, Kansas, $ 350
- IFC, Kansas, $ 500
- Copesan, Wisconsin $ 500
- KSU Entomology Dept., $ 300