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Current multistate research proposals inviting participation

The following current multistate proposals can be viewed through the National Information Management Support System:

W_TEMP2481 – “Variability, Adaptation, and Management of Nematodes Impacting Crop Production and Trade (from W1186)”

WERA_TEMP2521 – “Managing and Utilizing Precipitation Observations from Volunteer Networks”

S_TEMP1882 – “Coordination of Winter Canola Research Programs in the Southern Region”

WERA_TEMP2522 – “Intermountain Regional Evaluation and Introduction of Native Plants (from WDC11)”

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To View the Proposal:

1. Go to the National Information Management Support System at http://nimss.umd.edu

2. Insert your login and password. (If you don’t have a login ID, you’ll need to register, also at the URL above.)

3. In the Top Menu, Select Project then Select View Projects

4. Enter the project number

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To Create an Appendix E for a Proposed Project:

1. Go to the National Information Management Support System at http://nimss.umd.edu

2. Insert your login and password. (If you don’t have a login, you’ll need to register, also at the above URL.)

3. In the Top Menu, Select Participants then Select Draft/Edit

4. On the Left side Menu, Select “Draft New”

5. Select the project number

6. Fill out the form.

7. Click on Submit.

Please Contact Angie Seitler at 608-261-1432 or aseitler@cals.wisc.edu before you create an Appendix E to add your participation to a proposed multistate project.

Thank you. Please contact the Administrative Advisor of the multistate project if you have questions about the proposed project.

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Contact Chris Hamilton at 608-262-2349 or chamilton@cals.wisc.edu if you have questions about the use of NIMSS.

Contact Angie Seitler at 608-261-1432 or aseitler@cals.wisc.edu if you have questions about your participation.

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